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ANNUAL REPORTS 



OF THE 



TOWN OFFICERS 



OF 



MILFORD, N. H. 




FOR THE 



Year Ending January 31, 1943 

INCLUDING TAX INVENTORY OF APRIL, 1942 



Also Officers of the School District 

For Year Ending June 30, 1942 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



OF THE 



TOWN OFFICERS 



OF 



MILFORD, N. H, 

FOR THE 
Year Ending January 31, 1943 

INCLUDING TAX INVENTORY OF APRIL, 1942 

Also Officers of the School District 

For Year Ending June 30, 1942 



MILFORD, N, H. 

THE CABINET PRESS 

1943 



"Eb >~7 



INDEX 

Auditors, Report of 13 

Balance Sheet 18 

Budget of 1942-1943 :. 8 

Building Inspector, Report of 48 

Cemetery Superintendent, Report of 89 

Cemetery Trustees, Report of 83 

Civilian Defense Committee, Report of 70 

Expenditures, Detailed 25 

Firewards, Report of 52 

Highway Agent, Report of 72 

Inventory of Taxable Property 145 

Inventory of Town for 1942 12 

Library Site Committee, Report of 15 

Library Trustees and Librarian, Reports of 65 

Livermore Community Association, Report of ... 48 

Lull Memorial Fund Trustees, Report of 90 

Memorial Day Committee, Report of 49 

Municipal Court, Report of 50 

Overseer of Poor, Report of 46 

Parks and Playgrounds, Report of 56 

Planning Board, Report of 82 

Police Department, Report of 51 

Receipts and Payments 20 

Schedule of Town Property 17 

School District, Reports of 93 

Sewer Superintendent, Report of 64 

Tax Collector, Report of 43 

Town -Clerk, Report of 37 

Town Meeting of 1942, Synopsis of 38 

Town Treasurer, Report of 35 

Trust Funds, Report of 92 

Vital Statistics 133 

Warrant for School Meeting 94 

Warrant for Town Meeting 5 

Water Works, Report of 58 

Zoning Ordinances Hearing, Report of 12 



TOWN OFFICERS FOR 1942-1943 



Moderator 
RODNEY C. WOODMAN 

Town Clerk 
DONALD C. BRUCE 

Town Treasurer 
FREDERICK W. SAWYER 

Selectmen 

WINSTON F. HANLON 

MAURICE G. JEWETT 

FRED N. HUTCHINSON 

Highway Agent 
DANIEL D. STEELE 

Tax Collector 
DONALD C. BRUCE 

Auditors 
HUGO TRENTINI FRED S. KIMBALL 

Supervisors of Check List 

J. ERNEST MEDLYN A. W. WILKINS 

CHARLES W. ROBINSON 

Fire wards 
JEREMIAH J. CASEY GEORGE F. JEWETT 

JOHN J. CASEY 

Water Commissioners 
KITT K. STIMSON RALPH J. GAINEY 

OWEN P. FISK 

Superintendent Water Works 
ROBERT CAMPBELL 



Trustees Mary A. Lull Property 

FRED E. COOLEY Term expires 1944 

SAMUEL A. LOVEJOY " " 1946 

LEON L. JUNKINS " " 1948 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

ERNEST M. STICKNEY Term expires 1943 

BENJAMIN F. PRESCOTT " " 1944 

FREDERICK W. SAWYER " ". 1945 

Superintendent of Cemeteries 
ANTIMO CARPENTIERI 

Chief of Police 
HARRY TOSTEVIN 

Health Officer 
OSCAR BURNS, M. D. 

Cemetery Trustees 

RODNEY C. WOODMAN Term expires 1943 

LEON L. JUNKINS " " 1944 

HENRY A. ROMANI " " 1945 

Trustees Free Library 

HARLAND H. HOLT Term expires 1943 

RUTH D. FRENCH " " 1944 

BENJAMIN F. PRESCOTT " " 1945 

Parks and Playgrounds Commission 

MAURICE L. DANIELS Term expires 1943 

ANTHONY J. ROSSI " " 1943 

ANDREW C. ELLIOTT " " 1944 

DANIEL D. STEELE " " 1945 

DAISY E. STICKNEY " " 1945 



Warrant for Annual Meeting 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Milford in the 

County of Hillsborough in said State, 

qualified to vote in Town Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at Town Hall in 
said Milford on Tuesday, the ninth day of March, 
next, at eight of the clock in the forenoon, to act 
upon the following subjects: 

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the 
year ensuing. 

2. To raise such sums of money as may be neces- 
sary to defray town charges for the ensuing year 
and make appropriations of the same. 

3. To act upon the reports of all town officers, 
agents, and committees, and raise and appropriate 
money relative thereto. 

4. To see if the town will vote to authorize the 
selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes, 
if necessary, as provided by law of 1907. 

5. To see what sum of money the town will vote 
to raise and appropriate for town officers' salaries, 
town officers' expenses, election and registration ex- 
penses, municipal court expenses, repairs and sup- 
plies for the town house, police protection, fire pro- 
tection, moth extermination, collection of garbage, 
health department, vital statistics, town mainte- 
nance of highways, general expense of highway de- 
partment, street lighting, Milford Free Library, 
town poor, parks and playgrounds, cemeteries, in- 
terest on temporary loans, interest on bonded debts, 
interest on serial notes, water and electric utilities, 
Livermore Community Association, work on town 



trees, damage and legal expense, town construction 
of highways, sidewalk construction, sewer construc- 
tion and maintenance, payment on principal of 
debts, and county taxes. 

6. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $442.00 for advertising the 
town through the Monadnock Region Association. 

7. To see if the town will authorize the select- 
men to administer or dispose of any real estate ac- 
quired by the town through Tax Collector's deeds. 

8. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1000.00 to be administered 
by the Selectmen, for use in the Police Department, 
Fire Department, or Health Department, in any 
emergency that may arise due to the war. 

9. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $700.00 for the Fire Depart- 
ment, to be used for the purchase of fire hose. 

10. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $616.37 for T. R. A. work on 
highways. 

11. To see if the town will vote to place the ap- 
pointment of Highway Agent in the hands of the 
selectmen beginning with the fiscal year of 1944. 

12. To see if the town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $3600.00 for oiling hard sur- 
face roads according to the four year plan as out- 
lined by the highway agent. 

13. To see if the town will vote to continue the 
practice of allowing the discount for early payment 
of taxes. 

14. To see if the town will grant to the Board 
of Selectmen authority to sell for the town and deed 



to Harold E. Reed, a certain part of the French and 
Heald land, so-called, now owned by the town, that 
lies between the Souhegan River and the private 
road leading" through the property from Maple 
Street to Nashua Street, which may be bounded and 
described as follows: Beginning at the northerly 
corner of the southerly side of Maple Street at the 
junction of Maple Street and the Souhegan River; 
thence southerly by the Souhegan River about 137 
feet to land of Harold E. Reed ; thence westerly by 
said Reed land about 160 feet; thence northeasterly 
in a straight line by land of the Town of Milford to 
the point of beginning. 

15. To see what action the town will take rela- 
tive to amending "Rules for Town Meeting and 
Caucus" adopted March 11, 1919 and amendments 
thereto, to make them comply with recently enacted 
legislation. 

16. To see what action the town will take rela- 
tive to acceptance of the legacy of Minnie G. Epps 
bequeathing the "Blacksmith Lot" for Library pur- 
poses. 

17. To transact any other business that may le- 
gally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal, this 20th day 
of February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hun- 
dred and forty-three. 

WINSTON F. HANLON, 
FRED N. HUTCHINSON, 
MAURICE G. JEWETT, 

Selectmen of Milford. 



BUDGET 



Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the En- 
suing Year, Feb. 1, 1943 to Jan. 31, 1944, Com- 
pared with Actual Revenue and Expenditures 
of the Previous Year Feb. 1, 1942 to 
Jan. 31, 1943 



Sources of Revenue 
From State: 

Interest and dividends tax 

Railroad tax 

Savings bank tax 

For fighting forest fires 

From Local Sources 
Except Taxes: 

Business licenses and permits 

Fines and forfeits, 
Municipal Court 

Rent of town hall and 
other buildings 

Income of departments: 

(a) Highway, including 
rental of equipment 

Miscellaneous dept. 

Income from Municipally 
owned Utilities: 

(a) Water Dept. 
Motor vehicle permit fees 

Dog licenses 

Property redeemed 

Sale of Lull houses 



Actual 


Estimated 


1942 


1943 


$4045 15 


$4045 00 


761 43 


761 00 


1283 18 


1283 00 


41 68 





84 


75 


85 


00 


236 


90 


225 


00 


999 


00 


1000 


00 


619 


83 


200 


00 


62 


61 


50 


00 


3125 


00 


1106 


25 


4170 


85 


3000 


00 


778 


76 


750 


00 


3495 


36 


2000 


00 


5550 


00 







From Local Taxes Other 
Than Property Taxes: 

Discounts on 1942 taxes 657 50 

(a) Poll taxes 2546 00 

(b) National Bank stock taxes 1018 30 



2300 00 
1018 30 



Total Revenues from all 

sources except 

property taxes $ 29,476 30 

Amount to be raised by 

property taxes 132,068 86 



$17,823 55 



Total Revenues $161,545 16 

Bal. on hand Jan. 31, 1942 36,857 80 



$198,402 


96 






Actual 


Estimated 


Purposes of Expenditures 


1942 


1943 


Current Maintenance Expenses: 






General Government: 








Town officers' salaries 


$3020 


00 


$3020 00 


Town officers' expenses 


1621 


50 


2000 00 


Election and registration exp 


. 303 


86 


125 00 


Municipal Court expenses 


478 


00 


500 00 


Expenses town hall and 








other town bldgs. 


3079 


60 


3100 00 


Protection of Persons 








and Property: 








Police department 


4238 


06 


4200 00 


Fire department 


4500 


00 


4500 00 


Fire department — special 


700 


00 


700 00 


Police car 


847 


55 


350 00 


Health : 








Health department 


582 


88 


700 00 


Vital statistics 


152 


25 


175 00 


Sewer maintenance 


475 


40 


600 00 



10 



Highways and Bridges: 
Town maintenance 
Street lighting 
Winter maintenance 
Tree work 
Bounties 
Damage by dogs 

Libraries : 
Libraries 

Public Welfare: 
Town poor 
Old age assistance 
Garbage 

Patriotic Purposes: 
Memorial Day and 

other celebrations 
Civilian defense 

Public Service Enterprises: 
Municipally owned water 

electric utilities 
Cemeteries 
Community House 
Monadnock Region Assoc. 

Interest : 
On temporary loans 
Discount on taxes 
On long term notes 

Outlay for New Construction 

and Permanent Improvements: 

Highways and Bridges: 
Town construction — Prospect 

Street 744 28 

State Aid construction- 
town's share 615 91 
Swing Bridge 448 19 



5986 


14 


6000 


00 


5258 


00 


5300 


00 


3769 


46 


4000 


00 


196 


60 


200 


00 


1 


40 






30 


40 






2850 


00 


2750 


00 


5865 


38 


6000 


00 


4906 


90 


5000 


00 


500 


00 


500 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


622 

s: 


08 






2460 


00 


2460 


00 


900 


00 


900 


00 


297 


50 


200 


00 


200 


00 










200 


00 


657 


50 






880 


00 


805 


00 



11 



Sidewalk construction 799 

Sewer construction 
Legal expenses 50 

Abatements 859 

Lul'l property sale — transferred 

to Trustees Milford 

Trust Funds 5550' 00 



67 


800 


00 




300 


00 


00 


100 


00 


30 


1000 


00 



Indebtedness : 

Payment on Principal of Debt: 

(b) Long term notes 5500 



00 



Payments to Other Govern- 
mental Divisions: 

County taxes 26966 34 

Taxes bought 1881 33 

Payments to school districts 57575 94 



3500 00 



20957 44 

2000 00 

60936 05 



Total Expenditures 
1941 orders paid 1942 



1942 orders outstanding 



$156,571 42 $144,078 49 

229 77 



$156,801 19 
763 39 



$156,037 80 
Bal. on hand Jan. 31, 1943 42,365 16 



$198,402 96 



12 

INVENTORY OF TOWN FOR 1942 

Real estate 
Horses, 65 
Cows, 488 

Other neat stock, 31 
Goats, 19 
Fowls, 15,712 
Wood and lumber 
Pumps and tanks 
Stock in trade 
Mills and machinery 
Electric plant 



Poll taxes, 2,086 

Soldiers' exemption 

1942 Tax Rate, $2.80 per hundred 



$3,265,595 


00 


6,245 


00 


37,280 


00 


1,735 


00 


262 


00 


13,262 


00 


3,600 


00 


12,965 


00 


498,237 


00 


361,349 


00 


225,431 


00 


$4,425,961 


00 


$4,172 


00 


$44,125 


00 



REPORT OF HEARING ON PROPOSED 
ZONING ORDINANCES 

In accordance with vote at Town Meeting of 
1.941, a public hearing was held at the Town Hall 
on the proposed zoning ordinances for the Town of 
Milford on the evening of November 27, 1942. 

This meeting was called to order by C. B. Frost, 
who acted as chairman. After due course of discus- 
sion it wias the unanimous consent of those present 
that the proposed zoning ordinances for the Town 
of Milford be shelved and that all consideration of 
it be postponed indefinitely. The total number pres- 
ent at this hearing was seven, including the three 
selectmen, and C. B. Frost, Chairman of the Zoning 
Committee. 

WINSTON F. HANLON, 
FRED N. HUTCHINSON, 
MAURICE G. JEWETT, 

Selectmen of Milford. 



13 

Report of Auditors 



We certify that we have examined the items, 
vouchers and accounts of the following departments 
for the year ending January 31, 1943, and find them 
to be correct to our best knowledge and belief: 

Clerk of Board of Selectmen 

Building Inspector 

Treasurer of Cemetery Trustees 

Town Treasurer 

Justice of Municipal Court 

Tax Collector 

Town Clerk 

Treasurer Livermore Community House Committee 

Treasurer of Board of Firewards 

Road Agent 

Treasurer of Trustees of Trust Funds 

Treasurer of Memorial Day Committee 

Treasurer of Trustees of Lull Memorial 

Treasurer of Parks and Playgrounds Committee 

Treasurer of Planning Board 

Treasurer of Milford Free Library 

Overseer of the Poor 

Treasurer of Board of Water Commissioners 

We have examined the securities in custody of 
Trustees of Trust Funds and found them to be in 
satisfactory order. 

Fire insurance policies on town buildings and 
fire trucks were exhibited to us and found to be in 
force and in proper form. 

Surety bonds on all bonded town officers were 
exhibited and approved. 

The books of the Milford School District and of 



14 

the Treasurer of the School District for year ending 
June 30, 1942 were audited and approved. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. S. KIMBALL, 
H. E. TRENTINI, 

Town Auditors. 
Milford, N. H., February 23, 1943. 



15 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER 

MATTERS IN CONNECTION WITH 

PROPOSED LIBRARY BUILDING 



It is the opinion of your committee that the be- 
quest of Mrs. Fannie Boynton Wadleigh will not be 
available in the immediate future and if it were 
available it is certain construction could not be con- 
sidered until the issues of the war have been deter- 
mined. 

The town, however, should come to a decision 
relative to the bequest of Mrs. Minnie G. Epps of the 
Blacksmith Shop lot on Union Street at foot of Elm 
Street, which bequest was made in the following 
language: "For the sole purpose of erecting a 
library building thereon." 

It is the opinion of your committee that in order 
to use the lot for the purpose set forth it would be 
necessary to acquire the Louis Aimini store and lot, 
also the Dr. Carey residence and lot, and would 
further entail a very substantial expense to properly 
grade the site, also that other lots can be made 
available to better advantage. 

We therefore offer for consideration of the town 
the following preamble and resolution : 

"The town hereby expresses its sincere appreci- 
ation of the generous bequest of Mrs. Minnie G. 
Epps but for reasons set forth in report of our com- 
mittee, deems it inadvisable to accept the same. 

"Therefore be it Resolved: That the bequest be 
not accepted." 

To the unexpended balance of the appropriation 
of the town of $500.00 for expenses of the commit- 
tee, reported a year ago as $504.20, has been add- 



16 



ed $7.65 interest, leaving a balance of $511.85 in 
the hands of our treasurer. 

We recommend that the committee be continued 
for further study and report. 

C. S. EMERSON, Chairman, 
MINNIE W. FALCONER, Clerk, 
BENJAMIN F. PRESOOTT, Treas., 
GERTRUDE N. HOWISON, 
MARIO D. BIANCHI, 
OWEN P. FISK. 



17 
SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 



3,000 


00 


7,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


160,000 


00 


165,000 


00 


5,000 


00 



1. Town hall, lands and buildings $ 40,000 00 

Furniture and equipment 3,000 00 

2. Libraries, lands and buildings 

Furniture and equipment 12,000 00 

4. Fire department, lands and buildings 

Equipment 24,500 00 

5. Highway department, lands 

and buildings 
Equipment 

6. Parks, commons and playgrounds 

7. Water Supply 

9. Schools, lands and buildings 
Equipment 

10. All lands and buildings acquired 

through Tax Collectors' deeds: 
Ralph W. Ware, 7!/2 acres 

Palmer land, Dist. No. 5 $100 00 
Erwyne Seabury, lot on 

Prospect Street 150 00 

Smalley Souhegan Granite Co., 

Beals Farm — West Road 800 00 
Quarry land — West Road 500 00 

Cutts land — Brookline Rd. 300 00 
John Q. Hodgman Est., 

311/2 acres, Hamblett 25 00 

Carrie E. Barker Est., 

28 acres sprout lot 

N. and W. by Frye; S. by 

Dickson; E. by Jones 300 00 

2,175 00 



$423,675 00 



18 
BALANCE SHEET 



ASSETS 
Cash $42,365 16 

Unredeemed taxes: 

(b) Levy of 1941 $ 1,634 75 

(c) Levy of 1940 949 93 

(d) Previous years 1,541 16 

4,125 84 



Uncollected taxes: 

(a) Levy of 1942 — poll 
$1,674.00, prop- 
erty $11,188.49 $12,862 49 

(b) Levy of 1941— poll 

$548.00, property $145.27 693 27 

(c) Levy of 1940 and 

(d) Previous years 2,107 64 

15,663 40 

Total Assets $62,154 40 

Grand Total $62,154 40 

Net Surplus, Jan. 31, 1942 $1814 04 
Net Surplus, Jan. 31, 1943 3035 25 



Increase of Surplus $1221 21 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by the Town : 
Orders outstanding: 

1941, $4.65; 1942, $763.39 $ 768 04 

Due to School Districts: 

(a) Dog licenses 748 36 

(b) Balance of appropriation 21,102 75 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

New standpipe 24,500 00 



19 



Amherst Street and town 

house alterations 12,000 00 



Total Liabilities $59,119 15 

Excess of assets over liabilities (Surplus) 3,035 25 



Grand Total $62,154 40 



20 
Town of Milford RECEIPTS AND 



RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue: 

From Local Taxes: 
Total taxes committed 

to collector, 

1942 $128,194 15 

Less discounts and 

abatements, '42 657 50 
Less uncoil. '42 12,862 49 

1. Property taxes, current 

year, actually coll. $112,126 74 

2. Poll taxes, current year, 

actually collected 2,547 42 

3. National Bank Stock taxes 1,018 30 

4. Total of current year's collections $115,692 46 
Discount on 1942 taxes 657 50 

5. Property and poll taxes, previous 

years, actually collected 19,940 70 

6. Tax sales redeemed 3,495 36 

From State: 

8. Interest and dividend tax 4,045 15 

9. Railroad tax 761 43 
10. Savings bank tax 1,283 18 
13. Fighting forest fires 41 68 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

17. Dog licenses 778 76 

18. Business licenses and permits 84 75 

19. Fines and forfeits, municipal court 236 90 

20. Rent of town property 999 00 

21. Interest received on taxes (included 

in items 1 and 2) 
25. Income from departments 682 44 



21 
PAYMENTS For Year Ended January 31, 1943 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

1. Town officers' salaries $3,020 00 

2. Town officers' expenses 1,621 50 

3. Election and registration 

expenses 303 86 

4. Municipal court expenses 478 00 

5. Expenses town hall and 

other town buildings 3,079 60 

Protection of Persons 
and Property: 

Police car 

6. Police department, in- 

cluding care of tramps 

7. Fire department, includ- 
ing forest fires 

8. Fire Dept., special 

9. Bounties 

10. Damage by dogs 

Health: 

Garbage 

11. Health department 

12. Vital statistics 

13. Sewer maintenance 

Highways and Bridges: 

15. Town maintenance 

(Summer $5986.14) 

(Winter $3769.46) 9,755 60 

16. Street lighting and 

sprinkling 5,258 00 

17. Tree work 196 60 

Libraries: 

18. Libraries 2,850 00 



847 


55 


4,238 


06 


4,500 


00 


700 


00 


1 


40 


30 


40 


500 


00 


582 


88 


152 


25 


475 


40 



22 
Town of Milford RECEIPTS AND 



RECEIPTS 

27. Registration of motor vehicles, 

1941-42 permits $ 7 97 

1942 permits 4154 03 

1943 permits 8 85 

4,170 85 



Total Current Revenue Receipts $152,870 16 

Receipts Other Than 
Current Revenue: 

30. Milford Water Works: 

Notes $2500; int. $625 3125 00 

(Reimbursement from 
Water Dept.) 
37. Sale of town property: 

Lull property 5550 00 
Total Receipts Other 

Than Current Revenue 8,675 00 



Total Receipts From All Sources $161,545 16 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 36,857 80 



Grand Total $198,402 96 



23 
PAYMENTS For Year Ended January 31, 1943 

PAYMENTS 

Public Welfare: 

Civilian 'defense 622 08 

19. Old age assistance 4,906 90 

20. Town poor 5,865 38 

Patriotic Purposes: 

22. Aid to G. A. R. Me- 
morial Day exercises 200 00 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Monadnock Region 200 00 

25. Appropriations to water 

and electric utilities 2,460 00 

26. Livermore Comm. Assn. 297 50 

27. Cemeteries 900 00 

Unclassified : 

28. Damages and legal expenses 50 00 

29. Taxes bought by town 1,881 33 

30. Discounts and abatements 859 30 
Total Current Maintenance 

$56,833 59 

Interest: 

32. Paid on long term notes: 

New standpipe $625, 

Amherst St. and Town 

House alterations $255 $880 00 

33. Discount on 1941 taxes 657 50 

Total Interest Payments 1,537 50 

Outlay for New Construction and 
Permanent Improvements : 

35. Highways and bridges — 

state aid construction $615 91 

37. Prospect Street 744 28 



24 
PAYMENTS For Year Ended January 31, 1943 



PAYMENTS 








39. Swing bridge 448 


19 






40. Sidewalk construction 799 


67 






Tniri 1 Oni"lriv Pnvm otto's .... -- 




2,608 


05 


1 Ulal KjlALLtXy X cljlllCIlLo 




Indebtedness : 








45. Payments on long term 








notes: 








New standpipe $2500; 








Amherst St. and Town 








House Alt. $3000 $5,500 


00 






49. Outstanding orders paid 








during year 229 


77 






Total Indebtedness 








Payments 




5,729 


77 



Payments to Other Governmental 
Divisions: 

50. Taxes paid to county $26,966 34 

51. Payments to Trustees of 

Milford Trust Funds: 

Sale of Lull property 5,550 00 

52.. Payments to school -dist. 57,575 94 
Total Payments to Other 

Gov. Divisions 90,092 28 



Total Payments for All Purposes $156,801 19 

Cash on hand Jan. 31, 1943 42,365 16 



Grand Total $199,166 35 

Less 1942 orders outstanding 763 39 



$198,402 96 



25 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



Detail 1. Town Officers' Salaries: 




F. S. Kimball, auditor 


$ 75 


00 




Hugo Trentini, auditor 


' 75 


00 




D. C. Bruce, town clerk 


600 


00 




D. C. Bruce, tax collector 


600 


00 




F. N. Hutchinson, selectman 


400 


00 




Winston F. Hanlon, selectman 


400 


00 




M. G. Jewett, selectman 


500 


00 




F. W. Sawyer, treasurer 


340 


00 




L. L. Junkins, bldg. inspector 


30 


00 








$3020 


00 


Detail 2. Town Officers 


► Exp 


enses : 




D. €. Bruce, auto permits 


$281 


00 




D. C. Bruce, expenses 


28 


92 




Elgin F. Burtt 


19 


67 




A. L. Keyes Agency 


183 


53 


• 


J. J. Kirby, Postmaster 


81 


79 




Vernon D. Holt 


65 


67 




Association of N. H. Assessors 


2 


00 




N. H. Collectors' Association 


2 


00 




N. H. City and Town Clerks' 








Association 


2 


00 




Hillsborough Co. Register 








of Probate 


53 


90 




Cole Printing Co. 


30 


26 




Fred L. Tower 


5 


00 




M. G. Jewett, car assessing 


18 


00 




M. G. Jewett, exp. tax meeting 


6 


50 




J. P. Melzer Estate 


58 


05 




Phaneuf Press 


2 


40 




Cabinet Press 


600 


71 




N. E. Tel. and Tel. Co. 


22 


05 




Burroughs Adding Mach. Co. 


5 


50 




Oscar Burns, M. D. 


15 


00 




Vileta Chartier 


88 


00 





26 



H. H. Dearborn, M. D. 


5 00 


L. C. Smith and Corona 




Typewriter Co. 


23 00 


Kittredge & Prescott 


4 50 


W. J. Boisclair, Reg. of Probate 


2 30 


Wheeler & Clark 


50 


F. S. Kimball 


6 00 


Souhegan National Bank, 




safety deposit box 


7 50 


Raymond A. Dyer 


75 




$1621 50 



Detail 3. Election and Registration: 

Jos. Shaughnessy, ballot clerk $ 8 00 
Sherman Barnes, ballot clerk 4 00 

Fred S. Kimball, ballot clerk 8 00 

Ida M. Ritchie, ballot clerk 12 00 

David Deans, Jr., assistant 

moderator 4 00 

A. Wallace Wilkins, assistant 

town clerk 4 00 

James P. Melzer Estate 25 00 

Ralph S. Woodman, supervisor 57 00 
Chas. W. Robinson, supervisor 57 00 
A. Wallace Wilkins, supervisor 57 00 
Morris Courage, ballot clerk 8 00 

Warren H. Chase, lumber 2 00 

Elgin F. Burtt, labor 12 68 

County Stores, supplies 1 03 

Hugo Trentini, ballot clerk 4 00 

Georgiana Calderara, ballot clerk 4 00 
Gustos Morum Rebekah Lodge, 

dinners 3 90 

Walter J. Philbrick, lunches 5 25 

Cabinet Press 2 00 

Rodney C. Woodman, moderator 25 00 

$303 86 



27 



Detail 4. Municipal Court: 

B. F. Prescott, Justice $400 00 

A. B. Rotch, Assoc. Justice 18 00 

Florence M. Sweeney, clerk 60 00 



$478 00 



Detail 5. Town Hall: 






Harry Tostevin, wages 


$345 


00 




Clarence Clair, wages 


851 


00 




Merrimack Farmers Exchange 


870 


43 




Public Service Co. of N. H. 


227 


28 




County Stores, Inc. 


2l! 


16 




John R. Martin 


135 


46 




Daniels Service Station 


18 


15 




Milford Water Works 


20 


80 




Raymond A. Dyer 




60 




Herbert L. Sawyer 


13 


00 




Gault Plumbing & Heating Co. 


3 


00 




People's Market 


18 


70 




Farm Service Stores 


8 


40 




Geo. B. Robbins Disinfectant Cc 


>. 105 


73 




Leo D. Flanagan 


14 


60 




A. L. Keyes Ins. Agency 


92 


00 




Rotch Ins. Agency 


60 


00 




M. G. Jewett Ins. Agency 


65 


00 




E. M. Stickney 


7 


00 




Durotest Corp. 


21 


04 




Du-Ev Products Co. 


96 


01 




Reed's White Elephant Shop 


5 


50 




Milford Grain and Coal Co. 


3 


75 




Elgin F. Burtt 


43 


69 




Emerson and Son 




90 




R. C. Woodman 


6 


25 




C. B. Dolge Co. 


18 


40 




Owen P. Fisk 


6 


75 


$3079 60 



28 



Detail 6. Police: 

Harry Tostevin, salary $1463 00 

Harry Tostevin, special 
W. O. Kimball, salary 
Robert Courage, salary 
Thomas O'Neil, special 
Calvin Goldsmith, special 
Forrest Holt, special 
Raymond Clouette, special 
Clarence Clair, special 
Perley Jones, special 
Angelo Bernasconi, special 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. 
Walter J. Philbrick 
B. A. Hutchinson 
New Hampshire Police 
Retirement Board 
James P. Melzer Estate 
Fred E. Powers 
J. B. Ingham 
R. A. Dyer 
Economy Supply Co.< 
County Stores, Inc. 



Detail 7. Fire Department: 

J. J. Casey, chief $4438 03 

J. J. Casey, forest fires 61 97 

$4500 00 

Detail 8. Special Appropriation for 
Fire Department: 

J. J. Casey, chief $700 00 

Detail 9. Police Department Car: 

W. O. Kimball, car $ 23 00 

Robert Courage, car 22 00 

Harry Tostevin, car 1 00 



23 


00 


550 


00 


1695 


73 


32 


00 


38 


25 


24 


50 


31 


50 


185 


25 


5 


50 


4 


50 


34 


39 


1 


65 


48 


75 


47 


76 


7 


00 


11 


00 


8 


25 


2 


00 


1 


39 


22 


64 




$4238 06 



29 



Donald H. McAninch, car 400 00 

Leach's Garage 3 90 

Cassidy's Service Station 14$ 24 

Elm St. Garage 169 73 

Bowler's Esso Station 24 18 

F. Boudreau 4 50 

Jewett Ins. Agency 22 00 

Hanlon Ins. Agency 29 00 



Detail 10. Bounties: 

Robert Von Iderstine $ 80 

Harlan Burns 60 



Detail 11. Damage by Dogs: 

Lovell T. Wright $10 00 

Edward B. Hall 14 40 

David Courage 6 00 



Detail 12. Health Department: 

Surgeons' & Physicians' 

Supply Co. $ 26 00 

H. E. Trentini, Treas. American 

Red Cross 500 00 

Oscar Burns, M. D. 56 88 





Detail 13. Vital 


Statistics: 


Donald C. Bruce 


$126 50 


Rev. 


W. F. Addison 


2 50 


Rev. 


Laurence F. Piper 


75 


Rev. 


Edmund F. Quirk 


75 


Rev. 


John Bosa 


2 75 


Rev. 


Donald McAninch 


1 25 


Rev. 


A. George'Reinelt 


1 00 


Rev. 


M. J. Moher 


50 


Rev. 


Harold M. Frye 


25 



$847 55 



$1 40 



$30 40 



$582 88 



30 



Rev. Edwin B. Young- 




25 


Rev. Albert Derbyshire 




25 


Rev. R. Russell Denison 




25 


Rev. Asa M. Parker 




25 


Rev. William J. Setzer 




25 


Walter C. Lundiberg 




25 


Oscar Burns, M. D. 


5 


25 


H. H. Dearborn, M. D. 


3 


00 


Clifford M. Howland, M. D. 


3 


25 


F. L. Fletcher, M. D. 


1 


00 


J. E. Powers, M. D. 




50 


George L. Hilton, M. D. 




25 


Paul DeNicola, M. D. 




25 


H. S. Hutchinson Est. 




75 


Luther A. March, M. D. 




25 



Detail 14. Sewer Maintenance: 

S. Mannino, labor $12 00 

J. Ferguson, labor 38 40 

D. Amato, labor 9 60 

L. Staiti, laibor 30 50 

A. Provencal, labor 38 50 

Milford Water Works, superv'r 200 00 

Milford Water Works, truck 26 50 

General Mills, Inc. 8 04 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 1 30 
H. P. Welch Co. 
Concord Fdy. & Machine Co. 
Concord Brick Co. 



$152 25 



2 56 

o. 28 00 
80 00 


$475 40 
$5986 14 


ighways : 



Daniel D. Steele, agent 



Detail 16. Winter Maintenance: 

Daniel D. Steele, agent $3769 46 



31 



Detail 17. Civilian Defense Expenses: 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., tel. exp. $289 01 
Public Service Co. of N. H., 

light, 'bulbs, etc. 3 64 

E. M. Stickney, drilling, cloth, 

blankets (8) 23 74 

H. H. Holt: 

a. Insignia $78 90 

b. Tel. expense 2 85 

c. Postage & print'g 3 06 

84 81 



A L. Keyes Agency, gas truck 

insurance 
Irene Marzoli, printing 
W. H. Chase, lumber 
Coleman's Pharmacy, medical 

supplies 
Surgeons' and Physicians' Sup- 
ply Co., medical supplies 
C. B. Frost, bill of sale for truck 
Manchester Chapter, American 

Red Cross, stretcher 
L. H. Parker, supplies and 

materials 
Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post, Report 

Center light 
University of N. H., films 
E. F. Burtt, carpentry and 

materials 
Total Expenses 
Observation Post Expenses: 
Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post: 

a. Light 

b. Telephone 

c. Wood 
Total Expenses 



11 

1 

7 



05 
50 
60 



56 47 



22 
3 



59 
00 



5 00 



29 80 



33 20 




4 00 




6 00 






$581 41 




$ 4 16 




8 01 




28 50 






$40 67 





$622 08 



32 

Detail 18. Community House: 

Livermore Community Assoc. $200 00 
Kittredge & Prescott, insurance 97 50 

$297 50 

Detail 19. Swing Bridge: 

Daniel D. Steele, agent , $448 19 

Detail 20. Street Lighting: 

Public Service Co. of N. H. $5258 00 

Detail 21. Library: 

B. F. Prescott, treasurer $2850 00 

Detail 22. Old Age Assistance: 

State Treasurer of New Hampshire $4906 90 

Detail 23. Town Poor: 

L. L. Junkins, overseer $5365 38 

L. L. Junkins, salary 500 00 

$5865 38 



Detail 24. Garbage: 

Donald Holt $500 00 

Detail 25. Memorial Day: 

Guy Fitch, chairman $200 00 

Detail 26. Tree Work: 

Daniel D. Steele, agent $196 60 

Detail 27. Appropriation to Water Works: 

Wilton Water Works, hyd'nts $ 180 00 
Milford Water Works, hyd'nts 2280 00 

$2460 00 

Detail 28. Cemeteries: 

L. L. Junkins, treasurer $900 00 

Detail 29. Legal Expenses: 

C. Bradley Frost $50 00 



33 



Detail 30. Taxes Bought: 

D. C. Bruce $1778 97 

D. C. Bruce, int. and costs 102 36 



$1881 33 



Detail 31. Prospect Street: 

Daniel D. Steele, agent $744 28 

Detail 32. Interest on Serial Notes: 

Souhegan National Bank $755 00 

A. L. Keyes Memorial Trust 125 00 

$880 00 

Detail 33. State Aid Construction: 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $615 91 

Detail 34. Monadnock Region Association: 

Monadnock Region Association $200 00 

Detail 35. Sidewalk Construction: 

Daniel D. Steele, agent $799 67 

Detail 36. Abatements: 

D. C. Bruce, collector $859 30 

Detail 37. Discount on Taxes: 

D. C. Bruce, collector $657 50 

Detail 38. Long Term Notes: 

Souhegan National Bank: 

Water Works notes $2500 00 

Amherst St. and Town 

House notes 3000 00 

$5500 00 



Detail 39. County Tax: 

Treasurer, Hillsborough County $26,966 34 

Detail 40. Schools: 

M. G. Jewett, treasurer $56,793 98 

M. G. Jewett, treas., dog tax 781 96 

$57,575 94 



34 



Detail 41. Lull Property: 



C. Bradley Frost, legal exp 
L. L. Junkins, surveying 
Kittredge & Prescott, Rev. 
stamps 

Trustees of trust funds 

Received: 
Sale of Holt house 
Sale of Amsden house 



. $ 49 00 




16 00 




6 60 




5478 40 






$5550 00 




$2850 00 




2700 00 






$5550 00 



35 

Report of Town Treasurer 



F. W. SAWYER, Treasurer, 

In account with Town of Milford 

Dr. 

Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1942 $ 36,857 80 

Amounts received as follows: 
D. C. Bruce, Tax Collector: 

Taxes 1942 115,692 46 

Taxes 1941 17,059 00 

Taxes 1940 and previous years 243 41 

Abatements 1941 635 30 

Abatements 1940 and previous 

years 224 00 

Discount 1942 taxes 657 50 

Taxes on property sold Town 

for unpaid 1941 taxes 1,778 97 

D. C. Bruce, Town Clerk: 

Automobile permits 

Dog licenses 
State of New Hampshire : 

Savings Bank tax 

Railroad tax 

Interest and dividend tax 

Forest fires 
Milford Water Works: 

Serial notes paid 

Interest on outstanding notes 
Municipal Court 
Selectmen : 

Rents from town property 

Licenses and permits 

Property redeemed by 
payment of taxes 

Sale of Lull property 

Highway department 

Ash collections 



4,170 


85 


778 


76 


1,283 


18 


761 


43 


4,045 


15 


41 


68 


2,500 


00 


625 


00 


236 


90 


999 


00 


84 


75 


3,495 


36 


5,550 


00 


567 


83 


52 


00 



36 



Building inspection fees 
Candidates' filing fees 
Reimbursement, water bill Library 
Reimbursement, telephone 
Reimbursement, lights 
Rebate, oxygen tanks 
Rebate, civilian defense 

$198,402 96 

Cr. 

Total Selectmen's orders issued 1942 $156,571 42 
Unpaid Selectmen's orders issued 1941 4 65 



6 


00 


15 


00 


11 


00 


2 


10 


15 


00 


12 


00 


1 


51 



$156,576 07 



Less orders outstanding: 

1941— $4.65; 1942— $763.39 768 04 



$155,808 03 



Less orders of previous years paid 

in 1942 229 77 



Total orders paid in 1942 $156,037 80 

Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1943 42,365 16 



$198,402 96 



37 

Report of Town Clerk 

DOG ACCOUNT 

328 Dogs licensed and 5 Kennel licenses issued from 

February 1, 1942 to February 1, 1943 

Dr. 

213 male dogs at $2.00 each $426 00 

42 female dogs at $5.00 each 210 00 

69 spayed female dogs at $2.00 each 138 00 

4 male dogs for part of a year 4 47 

2 kennel licenses covering more than 

10 dogs at $25.00 each 50 00 

3 kennel licenses covering not more 

than 5 dogs at $12.00 each 36 00 





$864 


47 


Cr. 






Amount paid town treasurer 


$778 


76 


Dog tags 


14 


89 


Dog license notice in Milford Cabinet 


4 


22 


Commission for licensing dogs and 






issuing kennel licenses 


66 


60 



$864 47 
AUTO ACCOUNT 
5 (1941-42) Auto permits issued from 

Feb. 1, 1942 to Apr. 1, 1942 $ 7 97 

1116 (1942) Auto permits issued from 

Feb. 1, 1942 to Feb. 1, 1943 4154 03 

3 (1943) Auto permits issued from 

Jan. 1, 1943 to Feb. 1, 1943 8 85 



1124 Auto permits issued from 

Feb. 1, 1942 to Feb. 1, 1943 $4170 85 

Total amount paid town treasurer $4170: 85 

Respectfully submitted, 

DONALD C. BRUCE, 

Town Clerk. 



38 



SYNOPSIS OF RECORD OF TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 10, 1942 

Total Number of Votes Cast 646 

The Polls were opened at 8 o'clock A. M. and 
the business meeting at 9.30. Prayer was offered by 
Rev. W. F. Addison of the Congregational Church. 

Acting under Article 1 of the Town Warrant 
the following town officers were elected : Town 
Clerk, Donald C. Bruce; Town Treasurer, Frederick 
W. Sawyer; Selectman for three years, Maurice G. 
Jewett; Selectman for one year, Winston F. Han- 
Ion ; Library Trustee for three years, Benjamin F. 
Prescott; Trustee of Trust Funds for three years, 
Frederick W. Sawyer; Fire Wardens (three), Jere- 
miah J. Casey, John J. Casey, George F. Jewett; 
Highway Agent, Daniel D. Steele; Auditors (two), 
Fred S. Kimball, Hugo E. Trentini. 

Article 2. It was voted to raise and appropriate 
such sums of money as were necessary to defray 
town charges for the ensuing year. 

Article 3. Reports of Town Officials were ac- 
cepted as printed. 

Article 4. It was voted to authorize the select- 
men to borrow in anticipation of taxes, if necessary, 
as provided by law of 1907. 

On recommendation of the Ways and Means 
Committee, it was voted to allow 14 of the previous 
discount to property owners, if taxes were paid on 
or before a certain date. The rates allowed for sev- 
eral years had been 2% and 1%. The change was 
made because of the low rate at which the Town 
could borrow money at the present time. 

Working under Article 5 of the Warrant the fol- 
lowing sums of money were raised and appropriat- 
ed: 



39 



Town officers' salaries 
Town officers' expenses 
Election and registration expenses 
Municipal Court expenses 
Expenses of town hall and other 

town buildings 
Police department 
Fire department 
Health department 
Vital statistics 
Sewer maintenance 
Garbage (to be administered by 

selectmen) 
Town maintenance 
Street lighting 
Snow removal 
Libraries 
Town poor 
Old age assistance 
Memorial Day exercises 
Monadnock Region Association 
Municipally owned water and electric 

utilities 
Cemeteries 

Livermore Community Association 
Interest on temporary loans 
Discount on taxes 
Interest on long term notes 
Legal expenses 
Sidewalk construction s 
Sewer construction 
Abatements 
Taxes bought by town 
Payment on long term notes 
County taxes (actual $26,966.34) 



3,020 


00 


1,800 


00 


400 


00 


500 


00 


3,000 


00 


4,100 


00 


4,500 


00 


700 


00 


125 


00 


700 


00 


500 


00 


6,000 


00 


5,300 


00 


4,000 


00 


2,850 


00 


5,000 


00 


5,000 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


2,460 


00 


900 


00 


200 


00 


300 


00 


75Q 


00 


880 


63 


100 


00 


800 


00 


300 


00 


1,000 


00 


4,000 


00 


6,000 


00 


32,356 


16 



Article 6. The sum of $432.00 was asked by the 
Monadnock Region Association as Milford's share 



40 



towards promotional work of this Region. The 
amount of $200.00 was raised and appropriated, on 
recommendation of the Ways and Means Commit- 
tee. This is included in the Budget. 

Article 7. A motion, made by Mr. Wadleigh, 
to authorize the Town to dispose of any real estate 
acquired by it through Tax Collector's Deeds, was 
voted favorably. 

Article 8. The sum of $1000.00 was raised and 
appropriated for use in the Police Department, Fire 
Department, or Health Department, in case of emer- 
gency that might arise because of the war. This to 
be administered by the Selectmen. 

Article 9. Under this article the sum of $615.57 
was raised and appropriated for T. R. A. work on 
the highways. This was voted in order that the town 
would be eligible to receive a certain sum from the 
State for work on gravel roads. 

Article 10. It was voted not to purchase a new 
truck for the Highway Department. 

Article 11. The sum of $700.00 was raised and 
appropriated for the purchase and maintenance of 
a car for the Police Department. 

Article 12. The sum of $700 was raised and ap- 
propriated for the Fire Department, to be used in 
purchasing extra supplies and equipment. 

Article 13. The sum of $450.00 was raised and 
appropriated to replace timbers and replank the 
Swing Bridge. 

Article 14. The sum of $700.00 was raised and 
appropriated for oiling Nashua and Elm Streets 
from High Street to Coburn's Garage. 

Article 15. The sum of $700.00 was raised and 
appropriated to improve the far end of Prospect 

Street. 



41 



Article 16. To see if the town would vote to 
place the appointment of the Highway Agent in the 
hands of the Selectmen beginning with the fiscal 
year of 1943 as provided in Chapter 80, Section 10, 
Public Laws of N. H. 1926. 

This was approved by the Ways and Means 
Committee but was voted unfavorably by the Town. 

Article 17. Relative to the sale of real estate 
held in the O. W. Lull Memorial Fund, this article 
was, at the request of Mr. Emerson, divided into 
two resolutions. The first resolution was as follows : 
"Resolved : That the selectmen are hereby empow- 
ered and instructed to sell, dispose, and give proper 
deed or deeds of the real estate held in the Col. 
O. W. Lull Memorial Fund, reserving a portion 
thereof as a permanent memorial to said Col. O. W. 
Lull. The funds derived from the sale of real estate 
shall be added to the other assets of said Col. O. W. 
Lull Memorial Trust Fund." 

The second resolution was: "Resolved: At such 
time as a library building is erected that a room be 
set aside in said building to be known as the Col. 
O. W. Lull Memorial Room or Hall, to contain the 
relics and mementos of Col. O. W. Lull. That the 
room set aside for the purpose herein outlined shall 
have prominently displayed a bronze tablet setting 
forth that it is a memorial to Col. O. W. Lull as pro- 
vided for by request of his wife, Mary A. Lull. That 
the town shall receive reports of the fund at each 
annual Town Meeting." 

There was considerable discussion of these reso- 
lutions, after which both were voted favorably. 

Article 18. Under this article, Benjamin F. Pres- 
cott offered two resolutions. Resolution No. 1 : "Re- 
solved: That the Town of Milford, N. H., accept the 
bequest of the residuary legatees in the will of Min- 



42 



nie G. Epps, for the benefit of the Milford Free 
Library." 

Resolution No. 2: "Resolved: That the select- 
men are hereby authorized and empowered to sign 
any deed or deeds for the conveyance of the town's 
interest in any real estate owned by Minnie G. Epps 
or to give Florence M. Sweeney the power of attor- 
ney authorizing her to sell and convey the interest 
of said town in said real estate, said town being one 
of eight residuary legatees under said will." 

Both of above resolutions were adopted. 

Article 19. The sum of $97.50 was raised and 
appropriated to pay the premium on fire insurance 
policies written on the Community House. 

Article 20. Under this article Mr. Emerson made 
a motion that the instruction to the selectmen rela- 
tive to the Zoning ordinances be renewed. The mo- 
tion was adopted. Also the following resolution, pre- 
sented by Mr. Goldman, "Be it Resolved: That the 
Ways and Means Committee which is to report to 
the 1943 town meeting be appointed immediately, 
or that the present committee be empowered to con- 
tinue for another year" was voted favorably. 

Continuing under Article 20, the following reso- 
lution offered by Mr. Emerson was adopted. "Re- 
solved : That the Selectmen be instructed to offer 
the proper Federal authority the cannon and can- 
non balls, in possession of the town, same to be used 
as raw material for munitions." 

Town Meeting recessed at 12 M., to be again 
called to order at 1.30 P. M., at which time the State 
of Ballot for Town Officers was declared. Ad- 
journed at 1.40 P. M. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DONALD C. BRUCE, 

Town Clerk. 



43 

Report of Tax Collector 

February 1, 1943 

Dr. 
To Poll and Property Taxes, previous 

to 1941 tax levy, uncollected 

Feb. 1, 1942 $2515 02 

To 3 added Poll Taxes 6 00 

To interest collected since Feb. 1, 1942 54 03 



$2575 05 
Cr. 
By cash paid town treasurer $243 41 

By Poll Taxes abated 224 00 

By Poll and Property Taxes, previous 
to 1941 tax levy, uncollected 
Feb. 1, 1943 2107 64 



$2575 05 



Dr. 
To 1941 Property Tax uncollected 

Feb 1, 1942 
To 1941 Poll Taxes uncollected 

Feib. 1, 1942 
To 21 added Poll Taxes 
To Interest collected since Feb. 1, 1942 



Cr. 

By cash paid town treasurer 

By property sold to town for unpaid 

1941 taxes 
By Property Tax abated 
By Poll Taxes abated 
By Property Tax uncollected Feb. 1, 1943 
By Poll Taxes uncollected Feb. 1, 1943 



$17,251 


01 


1,874 


00 


42 


00 


999 


55 


$20,166 


56 


$17,059 


02 


1,778 


97 


321 


30 


314 


00 


3 145 


27 


548 


00 


$20,166 


56 



44 



Dr. 

To 1942 Property Tax levy $124,884 97 

To 1942 Poll Tax levy 4,172 00 

To added Property Tax 84 00 

To 24 added Poll Taxes 48 00 

To Interest collected 23 48 



$129,212 45 



Cr. 

By cash paid town treasurer $115,692 46 

By Property Tax uncollected, 11,188 49 

By Poll Taxes uncollected 1,674 00 

By discount allowed 657 50 



$129,212 45 
Dr. 
To 1939 Sewer Tax uncollected 

Feb. 1, 1942 $ 210 80 

To Sewer Tax (previous years) un- 
collected Feb. 1, 1942 2220 55 



$2431 35 
Cr. 
To 1939 Sewer Tax uncollected 

Feb. 1, 1943 $ 210 80 

By Sewer Tax (previous years) un- 
collected Feb. 1, 1943 2220 55 

$2431 35 



45 

SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 

February 1, 1943 

Dr. 

1941 1940 1939 

and 
previous 
Taxes sold to town $1881.33 $3629,94 $2071.63 
12% int. collected 

after sale .30 58.57 35.29 



$1881.63 $3688.51 $2106.92 
Cr. 
Remittances during 

year $ 246.88 $2719.19 $ 529.29 

Deeded to town 

during year 19.39 36.47 

Unredeemed taxes at 

close of year 1634.75 949.93 1541.16 



$1881.63 $3688.51 $2106.92 

Respectfully submitted, 

DONALD C. BRUCE, 
Tax Collector. 



46 



Report of Overseer of Poor 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1942 



Our case load has been only about 66% of last 
year and at present there are no able bodied per- 
sons on relief. 

The first of the year a WPA project was started 
at the U. S. bombing range at Joe English Pond and 
about fifteen men from Milford were employed. The 
town and county combined to furnish transporta- 
tion. The Town of Milford half was charged to di- 
rect relief. We believe that there was enough saved 
on direct relief to more than cover this expense. 

Unfortunately there have been several expen- 
sive hospitalization and board and care cases, so 
that our relief expense has been nearly as large as 
last year. These cases are chronic and this expense 
will continue for some time to come. 

LEON L. JUNKINS, 
Overseer of the Poor. 



DIRECT RELIEF 
TOWN CHARGES 



Month 


No. of 


No. in 


Regular Relief 




Cases 


Family 




January 


18 


44 


$ 297.23 


February 


18 


44 


384.40 


March 


19 


47 


566.41 


April 


18 


46 


399.65 


May 


12 


23 


228.78 


June 


11 


20 


372.16 


July 


12 


21 


333.85 


August 


12 


29 


282.68 


September 


11 


24 


455.97 


October 


12 


25 


735.04 


November 


12 


26 


252.21 



47 



December 



12 



25 



763.00 



$5071.38 
Amount Spent for Direct Relief Was Divided as 



Follows: 








Food stamps 


$1436 


00 




Household necessities 


177 


80 




Rents 


688 


00 




Clothing 


7 


66 




Fuel 


498 


10 




Electric lights 


16 


24 




Medical and hospitalization 


1577 


66 




Board and care 


635 


92 




Others (burial expense) 


34 


00 


$5071 38 



W. P. A. PROJECT (TRANSPORTATION) 
Everett L. Milne $846 00 

ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE 

J. J. Kirby, Postmaster, stamps $ 3 00 
L. L. Junkins, salary 500 00 



RECAPITULATION 




<pu V/eJ 




Dr. 










Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 


$ 257 


84 






Town orders 


5865 


38 






Reimbursements 


32 


00 


• 




Hillsborough County orders 


423 


00 


$6578 


22 


Cr. 










Direct relief 


$5071 


38 






W. P. A. project 


846 


00 






Administration expense 


503 


00 






Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1943 


157 


84 


$6578 


22 



48 



Report of Building Inspector 

For Year 1942-1943 



Name 


Value 


Fee 
Dr. 


Eugene Stimson 


$ 100 00 


$1 00 


Albert Fradette 


150 00 


1 00 


Charles Ethridge 


450 00 


1 00 


Arthur H. Todd 


400 00 


1 00 


Thurston Williams 


1250 00 


2 00 




$6 00 




/ 


Cr. 


Paid Town of Milford 




$6 00 



LEON L. JUNKINS, 

Building Inspector. 



Report of Livermore Community Association 

Dr. 
Town appropriation $200 00 

Amount used for part payment of the fuel bill. 
Balance of bill paid by rental of house and activities 
of House Committee. 

CHRISTEL W. KNIGHT, Treasurer. 

GERTRUDE N. HOWISON, Chairman. 



49 

Report of Memorial Day Committee 



Appropriation $200.00 
O. W. Lull Relief Corps, geraniums 

for G. A. R. graves 
Cabinet Press, programs 
Rev. W. Frederick Addison, speaker 
George W. Bosworth, 3 gross flags 
George W. Riddle, amplifier 
Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post No. 23 A. L. 
Rodney C. Woodman, geraniums for 

World War graves 

Total cost $206 22 

Received from Town' of Mont 

Vernon for 4 doz. flags $3 33 

Paid by Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post 

No. 23 A. L. 2 89 



$ 


36 


72 




5 


00 




15 


00 




30 


00 




5 


00 


Band 


100 


00 




14 


50 



$6 22 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRED S. KIMBALL, 
Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post No. 23, 
GUY W. FITCH, Treasurer, American Legion. 

Memorial Day Committee. 



50 



Report of Municipal Court 

For Year Ending January 31, 1943 



RECEIPTS 

Fines, costs, writs and civil 

entries $658 65 

Entry fees, Small Claims Court 45 90 

$704 55 

DISBURSEMENTS 

State of New Hampshire, State Treas. : 

Automobile fines and costs $387 00 

Costs paid out to various parties in crim- 
inal cases as per vouchers on file: 
Officers' fees $21 15 

Assistance 21 00 

Bail Commissioner's fee 2 00 



Postage and registered mail fees 
Kittredge & Prescott, telephone 
Benj. F. Prescott, services in 

Small Claims Court 
Paid F. W. Sawyer, town treasurer 



44 
6 


15 
90 


2 


60 


27 


00 


236 


90 



$704 55 



Respectfully submitted, 

FLORENCE M. SWEENEY, 

Clerk. 



51 

Report of Police Department 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen, Town of 
Milf ord : 

I hereby su'bmit my annual report of the Milf ord 
Police Department from January 31, 1942 to Janu- 
ary 31, 1943. 

Total number of arrests 28 

As follows: 

Motor vehicle violations in- 
cluding driving under the 



influence of liq 


uor 


10 




Drunkenness 




5 




Fraud 




1 




Runaways 




1 




Insane 




2 




Larceny 




3 




Deserter 




1 




Suicides 




3 




For other officers 




2 








28 




Complaints received and investigated 




240 


Street lights reported out 






92 


Lights extinguished 






15 


Doors found unlocked 






20 


Lodgers 






85 


Respectfully submitted, 


i 






HARRY TOSTlEVIN, 


i 




Chief of Police. 



52 

Report of Fire wards 



The Board of Firewards submits the following 
report for the year ending January 31, 1942. 

APPARATUS 

Engine No. 1, Engine No. 2, Ladder No. 1, Pine 
Valley hose wagon, and forest fire truck; 2700 feet 
two and one-half inch hose in good condition, 2500 
feet in fair condition, 800 feet one and one-half inch 
in good condition, 200 one inch hose in good condi- 
tion, 150 feet in fair condition, 150 feet garden hose 
in good condition. 

For fire protection we recommend the appropri- 
ation of $4500.00. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Dr. 
Balance on hand Feb. 1, 1942 $ 317 35 

Received from town treasurer 5138 03 

Received from American La France Co. 61 



$5455 99 



Cr. 

Light and Power: 
Public Service Co. of N. H. $114 24 

Telephone: 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 56 39 

Fire Alarm: 
Harry Tostevin 
Carl Talbot 
Public Service of N. H. 
Harold Graeme 
The County Stores, Inc. 
Warren Chase 

321 42 



$225 


75 


28 


75 


8 


90 


6 


00 


47 


32 


4 


70 



53 



Steward : 
C. W. Seavey 121 50 

Insurance : 
Hanlon Insurance Agency 384 20 

Still Alarms: 
G. F. Jewett 73 00 

Water Holes: 

J. J. Casey $89 20 

Eugene Byrd 99 00 

Warren Chase 4 40 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 3 20 



Supplies and Repairs: 
Leon Jacques 
Milford Machine Works 
John R. Martin 
J. P. Melzer Estate 
The Cabinet Press 
Public Service Co. of N. H, 
Coburn Motor Co. 
Liberty's Eastern Express 
Arthur Button 
R. A. Dyer 

American La France Co. 
Blanchard Associates 
J. A. McCarthy Co. 
Esso Service Station 
Elm St. Garage 
County Stores, Inc. 



$ 6 


50 


6 


00 


75 


96 


12 


75 


4 


00 


1 


02 


1 


85 


1 


06 


10 


00 


6 


00 


52 


32 


361 


11 


924 


59 


57 


16 


90 


23 


43 


15 



195 80 



1653 70 



Payroll : 
Engine No. 1 
Engine No. 2 
Ladder No. 1 
Board of Firewards 2187 52 



54 



Labor: 
Carl Stimson, Jr. $1 00 

Philip Merrill 
G. F. Jewett 
H. Coffin 
G. Bowler 
L. Grant 
C. Colby 
P. Bernasconi 
L. Caswell 
John J. Casey 
Arthur Dutton, Jr. 
J. J. Casey 

E. Bellew 
A. Dutton 

Rodney Woodman, Jr. 
George Dutton 
H. Dillon 

F. Sprague 
J. Calderara 
E. Coney 
J. Dutton 



Miscellaneous: 
Annie Farwell 
Philbrick's Restaurant 
J. J. Casey 
G. F. Jewett 
John J. Casey 
Letter files 
Postage 



3 


00 


3 


50 


1 


75 


2 


00 


1 


75 


3 


00 


7 


00 


13 


50 


14 


50 


6 


00 


20 


00 


8 


50 


9 


00 


2 


00 




75 


6 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


13 


50 


2 


00 


$10 


00 


3 


10 


13 


50 


13 


50 


13 


50 


2 


40 


1 


65 



120 75 



57 65 



Total $5286 17 

Balance on hand February 1, 1943 169 82 

$5455 99 



55 

Outstanding: bills as of Feb. 1, 1943 $125 00 

Respectfully submitted, 

JEREMIAH J. CASEY, 
JOHN J. CASEY, 
G. F. JEWETT, 

Fire wards. 



56 



Report of Parks and Playgrounds Commission 

JANUARY 31, 1942 



RECEIPTS 

Jan. 31, 1942, balance on hand $511 

No receipts or appropriation for current year 

DISBURSEMENTS ITEMIZED 
Labor: 
William Stoddard 
Harry Frye 
Leon Caswell 
Carl Bishop 
John Daniels 
Antimo Carpentieri 
Clarence Sanderson 
Tullio Bianchi 



72 



$68 


80 


57 


60 


1 


84 


1 


60 


5 


85 


2 


00 


16 


00 


6 


35 



Supplies : 

Esso Service Station $2 57 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 1 99 

County Stores, Inc. 5 64 



Trucking: 






Everett Milne 


$11 


31 


O. W. Carleton 


2, 


66 


Miscellaneous: 






Sunny Ridge Nursery, trees 






for Shepard Park 


$26 


75 


Harry Tostevin and C Clair, 






care of Oval 


85 


00 


Daniel D. Steele, spraying 






and feeding trees 


50 


00 


B. and M. R. R. and Railway 






Express Agency, drayage 


5 


01 



$160 04 



10 20 



13 97 



57 



Milford Water Works, water 

Endicott Park and Oval 14 00 



180 76 



$364 97 
Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1943 146 75 



$511 72 



As no appropriation was requested for oper- 
ating expenses during 1942, the Commission took 
care of the year's expenses for regular maintenance 
of parks and playgrounds out of previous year's 
balance. Due to present conditions, operations for 
maintenance have been kept down to absolute mini- 
mum, and it did not seem feasible to undertake the 
skating rink because of labor shortage, and ex- 
tremely changeable weather conditions. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. J. ROSSI, 

Treasurer. 



58 

MILFORD WATER WORKS 



REPORT OF THE WATER COMMISSIONERS 

To the Citizens of the Town of Milford, N. H.: 

The Board of Water Commissioners herewith 
submit their report for the year ending December 
31, 1942, together with the financial report of the 
Treasurer. 

The year 1942 in the activities of the Water 
Works Department has been one of not any major 
expenditures of money and with the exception of 
completing the main as planned in 1941, on the 
Black Road, so called, there has been but little new 
work. This expense had been partly paid for in 
1941. 

We have reduced our water notes by $2500.00 
and all interest is paid to date. This is an excess of 
$1,000.00 of what is required. We hope to be able 
to make a like payment during 1943. 

The past year there have been several changes 
in the personnel of the Water Department. Mr. 
Fred Cooley, whose termed expired, did not wish to 
continue as a member of the Board, after a long 
period of valuable service. His many qualifications 
made him a valuable member of the Board. In mat- 
ters that required good mechanical judgment, he 
rendered valuable service and the Department re- 
grets he could not continue. Mr. Owen Fisk was ap- 
pointed by the Board of Selectmen and has been of 
much assistance, and the means of saving the De- 
partment many dollars in his efforts. 

In June Mr. E. A. Tilton, who had served as Sta- 
tion man for eighteen years, gave his notice of re- 
tiring owing to ill health. We learned with regret 
of his decision. He always took great pride in his 
work, and in his routine duties was faithful 100 per 



59 

cent. There is not another pumping station in New 
Hampshire that we have visited that can compare 
with Milford's for neatness and order, and this has 
been the result of Mr. Tilton's untiring efforts. Al- 
ways courteous to everyone who wished to visit the 
Station, he made many friends who will long re- 
member him as a fine type. 

The 'Commissioners thought it good business 
judgment to insure the many units of our Water 
System against war damage, and placed a policy 
with the A. L. Keyes Agency for $35,000.00 on the 
pumping station and its equipment, and $15,000.00 
on the two standpipes, a total of $50,000.00; the 
premium paid cost $90.00. 

We were able to obtain a lower electric power 
rate from the Public Service Company. This is from 
last September and means a considerable savings 
during the year. 

War regulations have been such that they have 
been the means of curtailing many improvements 
we had planned, owing to the inability to purchase 
material needed for war purposes. 

The balance in our treasury shows not an exces- 
sive amount but what is available above our al- 
lowed working capital will be turned over to the Se- 
lectmen to reduce our Water Department notes. 

Respectfully submitted, 

K. K. STIMSON, 
RALPH GAINEY, 
OWEN P. FISK. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 

To the Board of Water Commissioners, I hereby 
submit a report of the Water Department for 
the year ending December 31, 1942. 
We finished the extension of the main on the 

Merrimack Road, started in 1941. As this project 



60 



was started before 1942, we were allowed by the 
War Production Board to complete it. The pipe line 
should be continued at some future date to connect 
with the main on Border Street. Also at the same 
time, the line on Amherst Street should be contin- 
ued to connect with the line on Border Street at the 
junction of Amherst Street, which would relieve a 
dead end and give better fire protection on Border 
Street. 

During the year we located and repaired a 
number of small leaks, including a leak in the Stone 
Bridge that had been leaking for some time, but 
was difficult to locate. 

Although the price of fuel oil has increased 
about one-third, and we have had a decrease in elec- 
tric rates, the Diesel operation shows a substantial 
savings. 

We contracted last year to have the No. 1 Stand- 
pipe painted, but due to the war conditions, the 
contractor has been unable to do the work. 

The only major operation for the coming year is 
the re-sanding of the filter. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R. F. CAMPBELL, 

Superintendent. 





STATISTICS 




January 


6,079,000 


gallons 


February 


5,523,000 


>> 


March 


6,529,000 


>> 


April 


6,733,000 


jy 


May 


6,718,000 


>i 


June 


6,952,000 


yy 


July 


6,736,000 


>> 


August 


6,878,000 


?} 


September 


6,197,000 


»> 


October 


6,275,000 


jy 



61 



November 
December 



6,204,000 
6,572,000 

77,396,000 



Average No. of gals, pumped per day 
Largest No. gals, pumped per day, 

June 5th 
Least No. gals, pumped per day, 

June 4 
No. consumers on pipe line 
Av. consumption per consumer 
No. of services in 1941 
No. of services added 
No. of services discontinued 
Total No. of services in 1942 
No. of hydrants in 1941 
No. of hydrants added 
No. of hydrants in 1942 
Fuel oil on hand — Jan. 1, 1942 
Fuel oil purchased 
Fuel oil used for pumping 
Fuel oil used for heating 
Fuel oil on hand — Jan. 1, 1943 
Lubricating oil used 
Lubricating oil on hand — Jan. 1, 1943 
Cost of pumping 1,000,000 gallons: 

By Diesel — fuel oil, only 
All charges 

By Electric Power 
Cost of raising 1,00,000 gallons — one 

By Diesel Power 

By Electric Power 



212,038 gals. 

320,000 gals. 

33,000 gals. 

3174 

66 plus 

874 

4 



878 

115 



115 

4520 gals. 

9275 gals. 

6301 gals. 

2901 gals. 

4593 gals. 

114 gals. 

50 gals. 

$4.80 
$5.62 plus 

$8.71 
foot: 

.02 
.055 



62 



COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEETS 
December 31, 1941 and December 31, 1942 

Increase 









or 




Dec. 1942 


Dec. 1941 


Decrease 


Plant Assets 








Land $ 


! 2,335.48 


$ 2,335.48 


$ 


Structures — Pumping Sta. 


7,115.52 


7,115.52 




Water Supply Equipment 


38,989.95 


38,989.95 




Pumping Sta. Equipment 


16,990.37 


16,940.37 


$ 50.00 


Non-operating Equipment 


5,863.93 


5,850.93 


13.00 


Purification Equipment 


26,014.87 


26,014.87 




Mains 


122,710.79 


122,212.07 


498.72 


Services 


4,788.81 


3,147.34 


1641.47 


Hydrants 


7,591.15 


7,591.15 




Meters 


16,082.66 


15,297.49 


785.17 


Other Distribution Equip. 


1,732.30 


1,732.30 




Other Distribution Tools 


39.47 


39.47 




Street Department Tools 


2,677.80 


2,677.80 





$252,933.10 $249,944.74 $2988.36 



Current and Inventory Assets 

Cash $ 2,938.52 

Material and Supplies 2,132.03 

Accounts Receivable 3,813.60 



$ 4,085.27 
2,630.70 
4,031.94 



*$1146.75 
*498.67 
*218.34 



Total Current and 
Inventory Assets 



$ 8,884.15 $ 10,747.91 *$1863.76 



$261,817.25 $260,692.65 $1124.60 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Liabilities 

Municipal Investment $125,725.68 $125,725.68 
Current Liabilities 

Notes Payable 24,500.00 27,000.00 *$2500.00 

Reserves 

Reserve for Depreciation 108,890.70 105,096.58 3794.12 
Profit and Loss 

Profit or Loss 2,700.87 2,870.39 *169.52 



$261,817.25 $260,692.65 $1124.60 



* Decrease 



63 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1942 

Income 

Residential Sales $11,051.35 

Industrial Sales 1,251.15 

Hydrant Rental 2,280.00 

Other Municipal Sales 406.25 

Miscellaneous Water Revenue 1.09 

Merchandise Sales and Job Work 263.88 

TOTAL INCOME $15,253.72 



Water Supply Expense 

Source of Supply, Supt.'s Wages $1192.50 

Source of Supply, Wages 100.00 

Pumping Station, Wages 1795.20 
Pumping Station, Materials 

and Supplies 30.48 
Pumping Station, Repairs to 

Equipment 975.59 

Pumping Station, Expense 327.36 

Purification, Wages 954.80 
Purification, Repairs to 

Equipment 76.80 

Purification Expense 4.00 

Miscellaneous Labor 8.40 

Fuel for Power, Diesel 422.56 

Fuel for Power, Electricity 681.04 

Distribution Expense 

Superintendent Wages $1192.50 

Distribution, Wages 111.20 
Distribution, Wages Meter Dept. 58.40 

Distribution, Expense 25.52 

Repairs to Equipment 110.55 
Repairs to Water Supply Equip. 50.30 

Repairs to Services 200.88 

Repairs to Hydrants 79.55 

Repairs to Meters 566.09 

Miscellaneous Expense 116.02 

Commercial Expense 

Office Salaries $907.00 

Meter Reading Salaries 145.20 



$6568.73 



2511.01 



1052.20 



64 



General Office Expense 

Office Supplies $ 6.05 

Telephone and Telegraph 50.85 

Postage 107.06 



163.96 



General Expense 

Commissioners' Salaries $125.00 

Miscellaneous Expense 112.59 



237.59 



Miscellaneous Undistributed 

Insurance $ 90.00 

Printing 61.13 

Garage Expense 193.72 

Shop Expense 94.53 



439.38 



Interest Paid 656.25 

Total Expenditures Before Depreciation $11,629.12 



Income before Depreciation $ 3,624.60 

Depreciation $ 3,794.12 



Net Loss for Period $ 169.52 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF SEWERS 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

I herewith present my report as Superintendent 
of Sewers for the year 1942. 

Owing to the scarcity of labor the activities of 
this department have been confined to the general 
maintenance work, which included the building of 
one manhole on Union Street. 

We plan on doing some extensive cleaning, but 
owing to labor conditions there are not many real 
men willing to work for forty cents per hour. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R. F. CAMPBELL, 

Superintendent. 



65 

MILFORD FREE LIBRARY 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES 

To the Town of Milf ord : 

The Milford Free Library reports again a very 
busy year. The greatest problems of the librarians 
are caused by the crowded conditions of our present 
library rooms. New books must be bought constant- 
ly and reading lists must keep pace with publica- 
tion, but shelf room is an increasingly difficult prob- 
lem. 

Miss Ames in November arranged an interesting 
exhibit of posters and pupil work in cooperation 
with the teachers of the Elementary School. She has 
continued the popular Saturday morning story hour 
in winter months. She has arranged reference read- 
ing for junior and senior high school classes. 

Miss Secombe conducted in January and Febru- 
ary, 1942, a Victory Book Campaign, sponsored by 
the American Library Association, the American 
Red Cross, and the United Service Organizations. 
Three hundred and sixty-three books were contrib- 
uted by the citizens of Milford. The books were all 
readable modern books in excellent condition. An- 
other collection is now in progress. 

Because of income which will be received in 
1943 from the Minnie G. Epps Memorial Trust, the 
Trustees recommend that the sum of $2750.00 be 
appropriated for the use of the Milford Free 

Library. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HARLAND H. HOLT, Chairman, 
BENJAMIN F. PRESCOTT, Treasurer, 
RUTH D. FRENCH, Secretary. 



66 

REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

To the Trustees of the Milford Free Library: 

I herewith submit the report of the Milford Free 
Library for the year ending January 31, 1943. 

The circulation of the library has decreased 
somewhat this last year, as has that of a great many 
libraries according to reports. 

We have kept up the usual activities, such as 
story hour for the children during the winter, which 
has had an enthusiastic attendance, Book Week, 
and reference classes. 

Part of the reference books of Miss Ella M. Pow- 
ers have beeen received by the library in accord- 
ance with her request. 

As there was no rental library in tow'n, it 
seemed advisable to start one here, as many other 
libraries have done lately. Forty-five books of fic- 
tion have 'been bought since June and twenty-nine 
have paid for themselves and been turned into the 
general collection. 

We have added the Etude and Aviation maga- 
zines to our list. 

The 1943 Victory Book Campaign is now on and 
we trust Milford will do her share as well as she 
did in the 1942 drive. 

Respectfully, 

ANNABELL C. SECOMBE, 

Librarian. 



RESOURCES 
Number of bound volumes at beginning of year: 

Adult 16,350; Juvenile 2,305; Total 18,655 
Number of bound volumes added by purchase : 

Adult 317; Juvenile 97; Total 414 

Number of bound volumes added by gift: 

Adult 26; Juvenile 0; Total 26 



67 



Number of bound volumes added by 

binding magazines: 

Adult 10; Juvenile 0; , Total 10 

Number of bound volumes lost or discarded: 

Adult 214; Juvenile 46; Total 260 

Number of bound volumes at close of year: 

Adult 16,489; Juvenile 2,356; Total 18,845 
Number of magazines and newspapers 

currently received 58 



SERVICE 

Number of bound volumes of non-fiction 

and magazines lent: 

Adult 7,640; Juvenile 1,951; Total 9,591 

Number of bound volumes of fiction lent: 

Adult 20,360; Juvenile 4,863 Total 25,223 

Circulation for current year: 

Adult 28,000; Juvenile 6,814; Total 34,814 
Largest day 229 

Number of new borrowers 177 



NUMBER AND CLASS OF BOOKS USED 







Number 


P.C. 


General works including 


magazines 2,936 


8.33 


Philosophy 




92 


.26 


Religion 




332 


1.00 


Sociology 




662 


1.64 


Philology 




16 


.04 


Natural Science 




238 


.68 


Useful Arts 




650 


2.00 


Fine Arts 




309 


.88 


Fiction 




25,223 


72.39 


Literature 




955 


2.74 


Geography and 


Travels 


1,078 


3.09 



68 



Biography 
History 



1,507 
816 



4.61 
2.34 



34,814 100.0 



REPORT OF TREASURER OF 
MILFORD FREE LIBRARY 

January 31, 1943 

RECEIPTS 



Cash on hand Jan. 31, 1942 






$ 27 


43 


Town of Milford appropriation 






2850 


00 


Interest on Trust Funds 






277 


06 


Donation from A. L. Keyes Trust 






200 


00 


Balance of Librarian's petty account 




170 


00 


Refund from Fred L. Towers Co. 






5 


00 


Cash received by Librarian: 










Histories sold $ 


1:2 


00 






Old paper sold 


3 


87 






Binding 


14 


96 






New books sold 


116 


60 






Use of Library 


7 


50 






Fines 


170 


56 


325 


49 










$3854 


98 


DISBURSEMENTS 








Salary of Librarian 






$1197 


60 


Salary of Assistant Librarian 






888 


85 


Books purchased 






1022 


64 


Periodicals purchased 






7 


00 


Water 






11 


00 


Insurance 






72 


50 


Lights 






100 


48 


Supplies 






31 


52 


Binding 






99 


07 



69 



Postage 




1 


00 


Flowers 




2 


00 


Book plate 




65 


00 


Record book 




2 


65 


Victory tax 




3 


55 


Cash paid by Librarian: 








Supplies 


$ 12 98 






Postage 


6 64 






Magazines 


5 50 






Express 


1 87 






Labor 


22 50 






Janitor service 


106 00 






Paid treasurer balance 








petty account 


170, 00 










325 

24 


49 
63 


Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1943 





$3854 98 

Respectfully submitted, 

BENJAMIN F. PRESCOTT, 

Treasurer. 



70 

Report of Civilian Defense 



The intended brevity of this report will require 
the omission of many general facts and names of in- 
dividuals that should, in all fairness and apprecia- 
tion, be mentioned and recorded here. However, 
this report would not be complete without the en- 
compassing statement that the co-operation, the 
time and effort, the faithfulness and the desire to 
serve, of those in Milford's Civilian Defense organ- 
ization — as well as the generosity of those other 
public-spirited citizens who have given freely of 
time, supplies and materials — are greatly appreci- 
ated by this recorder and, I am sure, by the entire 
Town of Milford. 

We have endeavored to keep our costs of in- 
stallation, supplies and operation at a minimum. An 
examination of the break-down of Civilian Defense 
expenses will show, particularly to those who are 
familiar with the scope and detail of the organiza- 
tion, that much has been accomplished at little cost 
to the town. Indeed, we feel that a little further 
judicious spending would have been worthwhile in 
the maintenance of efficiency and interest. 

Most of the expenses, aside from the continuing 
expenses of telephone and light, will not be repeat- 
ed. Such items as stretchers, blankets, medical sup- 
plies, etc., will remain for any future emergency use 
by the town. 

The operation and maintenance of Milford's Ob- 
servation Post was, from its beginning, capably un- 
dertaken by the Ricciardi-Hartshorn Post, Ameri- 
can Legion. The Observation Post system is not di- 
rectly a part of our Civilian Defense organization. 
Nevertheless, it seemed unreasonable, although no 
complaint was made, for the Ricciardi-Hartshorn 
Post to have to carry the additional load of the run- 



71 

ning expenses of the Observation Post. According- 
ly, your Chairman recommended and obtained the 
approval of the Selectmen to include these expenses 
in the cost of Civilian Defense. They are separately 
recorded in our financial report. 

Notwithstanding the improved war news, an ef- 
ficient and well-coordinated Civilian Defense Corps 
must continue to be maintained. To that end, we 
urge your individual support and co-operation. 

Respectfully yours, 
HARLAND H. HOLT, Chairman, 

Milford Civilian Defense, 



I ± 



Report of Highway Agent 



To the Citizens of Milf ord : 

This department resurfaced 2888 feet of walks. 
We oiled the Ponemah Hill Road to the Frank Lang- 
dell place, the Berwick Road, Crosby Street, and 
one and one-half miles on the Mason Road from the 
Fred Conrey place to the Wilton line. We replaced 
two stone culverts with cement pipe and repaired a 
broken stone culvert. We re-timbered and re- 
planked the deck of the Swing Bridge. 

We built Prospect Street from Trentini's to the 
end of the layout and built two culverts. Due to war 
work, we were unable to get a power shovel for ex- 
cavation, causing our funds to run out before we 
could apply the oil. 

With T. R. A. funds we cut to grade, widened 
and graveled nine-tenths of a mile on the West 
Road from the Brookline Road and to the John 
Daniels place on the Fannie Merrill Road. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DANIEL D. STEELE, 

Highway Agent. 



- 


HIGHWAY 










Dr. 








Received from se 


ilectmen 

Cr 




- 


$5986 14 


Labor: 










Carl Bishop 




$338 


60 




Harry Bourke 




92 


80 




M. Boyle 




12 


40 




James Burns 




171 


80 




Dr. Burns 




2 


00 




Alden Clark 




1 


40 




Anthony Ciampi 




1 


20 





73 



Leon Caswell 
John Daniels 
George Dinsmore 
A. D'Angelio 
Oscar Ellsworth 
Allan Foster 
Harold Frost 
Harry Frye 
Frank Grafton 
Thomas Grant 
William Holt 
Frank Jones 
George Lemander 
Victor Maki 
Joseph Malaguti 
S. Mannino 
George Mitchell 
Sam Morrill 
Freeman Patten 
Leon Patten 
Leroy Putnam 
Oscar Sampson 
David Scruton 
Letterio Staitti 
Daniel Steele 
William Stoddard 
William Sweeney 



Supplies and Trucks: 
Beacon Wiper & Supply Co 
Bowler's Esso Station 
D. C. Bruce 
Cabinet Press 
O. W. 'Carleton 
County Stores, Inc. 
Converse and Peaslee 
Coburn Motor Service 17, 61 



405 06 




240 70 




147 60 




15 80 




74 80 




52 60 




12 40 




69 20 




128 80 




76 40 




290 40 




4 80 




18 40 




19 60 




35 60 




12 00 




12 20 




120 00 




4 20 




2 80 




2 20 




16 80 




3 40 




23 40 




574 24 




100 40 




2 90 






$3086 90 




$ 22 23 




101 96 




2 55 




64 




280 68 




6 25 




7 50 





74 



Warren Chase 

Cassidy's Service Station 

Daniels' Service Station 

John Deschamps 

Draper Chevrolet Co. 

Durant's Service Station 

R. A. Dyer 

Economy Supply Co. 

Elm Street Garage 

Fred's Socony Station 

Ernest Gagnon 

N. Grugnale 

Hume Pipe Co. of N. E. 

Frank Hartshorn Co. 

R. C. Hazelton Co. 

J. A. Henderson 

A. L. Keyes Ins. Agency 

Kittredge & Prescott 

Koppers Co. 

Ralph Leach 

D. F. Lorden 

H. H. McGuire & Co. 

J. R. Martin 

Merrill's Garage 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 

Miles' Service Station 

Milford Motor Co. 

Milford Water Works 

Everett Milne 

Parker-Danner Co. 

O. Patten 

Penn-Hampshire Oil Co. 

Philbrick's Shell Station 

Public Serv. Co. of N. H. 

V. R. Randlett 

Reed's White Elephant Shop 

Irving Savage 

Souhegan National Bank 



10 


07 


20 


74 


56 


22 


94 


19 


6 


82 


27 


24 


2 


56 


25 


02 


1 


50 


43 


93 


3 


36 


14 


63 


54 


03 


10 


50 


13 


11 


39 


60 


5 


00 


32 


20 


540 


09 


143 


01 


4 


05 


404 


18 


6 


53 


13 


11 


69 


09 


26 


77 




20 


4 


00 


99 


77 


58 


30 


202 


64 


58 


56 


35 


05 


9 


00 


70 


00 




57 


12 


40 


1 


75 



75 



Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. 


6 


38 




Daniel Steele 




227 


40 




Wilton Highway D 


epartment 


4 


50 




Lawrence Wright 




1 


75 


$2899 24 


Grand Total 


$5986 14 




SNOW 






Dr. 


1 






Received from selei 


rtmen 

Cr. 






$3769.46 


Labor: 










Albert Ball 




$ 1 


40 




Pierre Bernasconi 




5 


80 




Victor Bernasconi 




8 


40 




Carl Bishop 




317 


60 




George Bizel 




2 


40 




Paul Bizel 




2 


40 




Harry Bourke 




1 


60 




Herman Bourke 




2 


40 




M. Boyle 




3 


20 




Fred Buffelli 




4 


20 




James Burns 




18 


80 




Donald Byrd 




3 


60 




Watson Byrd 




1 


20 




John Calderara 




2 


00 




Joseph Calderara 




2 


40 




Joseph Calvetti 




5 


20 




Clarence Carlton 




2 


40 




Leon Caswell 




362 


85 




Anthony Ciampi 




3 


80 




A. D'Angelio 




3 


20 




John Daniels 




209 


48 




George Dinsmore 




2 


00 




Malcolm Dunklee 




2 


40 




Oscar Ellsworth 




3 


20 





76 



C. Falsani 6 00 

Philip Felch 2 00 

Irving Fitz 11 00 

Robert Fitz 

Allan Foster 

Roger Fradette 

Harry Frye 

Alfred Galletly 

Frank Grafton 

Rosario Granata 

Thomas Grant 

Allan Hasu 

Norman Henderson 

William Holt 

John Kirby, Jr. 

Matt Koski 

Fred Lizotte 

John Lorden 

Charles Magee 

Victor Maki 

S. Mannino 

V. Mannino 

Alfred Medlyn 

William Medlyn 

George Mitchell 

Reginald McGrath 

Alex Niemi 

Percy Noon 

Tino Ollikainen 

Freeman Patten 

Leon Patten 

Alfred Pel chat 

Harold Pratt, Jr. 

Leroy Putnam 

Arthur Rafter 

Alfred Riccitelli 

Fred Rocca 

John Ross 



2 


00 


6 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 


7 


60 


48 


20 


2 


40 


5 


60 


2 


40 


2 


40 


38 


60 


7 


20 


2 


40 


1 


60 


2 


40 


2 


40 


78 


80 


11 


00 


6 


00 


2 


40 


2 


40 


3 


80 


2 


40 


13 


40 


6 


50 


2 


40 


27 


00 


14 


80 


3 


20 


2 


40 


12 


60 


2 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 



77 



Ernest Rossi, Jr. 
David Rothorius 
Henry Sleeper 
John Smith 
Merton Smith 
Richard Smith 
Fred Sprague 
Roland Sprague 
Letterio Staitti 
Daniel Steele 
Carl Stimson 
Winston Stinson 
William Stoddard 
Clifford Stone 
Edward Tarbell 
Arthur Tostevin 
Martin Von Iderstine 
William Watts 
Eugene Wilson 
W. W. Winchester 
Rodney Woodman, Jr 



Supplies and Trucks: 

Boston and Maine R. R. $ 55 

Bowler's Esso Station 

Cabinet Press 

O. W. Carleton 

J. P. Cassidy, Jr. 

Cassidy's Service Station 

County Stores, Inc. 

Robert Courage 

Daniels Service Station 

Draper Chevrolet Co. 

Ralph Dunklee 

Durant's Service Station 

Economy Supply Co. 

Andrew Elliott 



2 


40 


6 


40 


2 


00 


, 2 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 


7 


80 


3 


40 


3 


20 


597 


90 


2 


40 


' 2 


40 


52 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 


2 


40 


26 


75 


6 


60 


2 


00 


7 


60 


2 


40 




$2366 08 



24 


19 




85 


235 


40 


140 


64 


24 


91 


17 


82 


43 


00 


101 


99 


8 


44 


4 


50 


6 


58 


10 


48 


120 


46 



78 



Elm Street Garage 

Homer Enderson 

Farm Service Co. 

Fred's Socony Station 

H. €. Gault 

N. Grugnale 

R. C. Hazelton & Co. 

J. Arthur Henderson 

Ralph Leach 

J. R. Martin 

Merrill's Garage 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 

H. Miles 

Milford Mach. Works 

Milford Water Works 

Everett Milne 

O. Patten 

Penn-Hampshire Oil Co. 

Philbrick's Shell Station 

A. Picard 

Public Serv. Co. of N. H. 

Clarence Sanderson 

Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. 

Souhegan National Bank 

D. Whiting and Sons 



2 


15 


12 


00 


2 


50 


41 


63 




50 


7 


98 


45 


84 


15 


90 


32 


75 


10 


92 


10 


94 


102 


29 



7 98 
18 49 

2 00 
11 97 

118 19 
22 62 
13 16 
94 56 

3 00 
77 00 



20 
75 
25 



$1403 



38 



Grand Total 



$3769 46 



SWING BRIDGE 

Dr. 

Received from selectmen 



Or. 



Labor: 
Carl Bishop 
Leon Caswell 
John Daniels 



$19 20 
18 33 
16 00 



$448 19 



79 



William Holt 


16 


00 






Harold Orcutt 


5 


00 






Daniel Steele 


29 


18 






William Stoddard 


14 


40 


$117 


11 








Supplies: 










Coburn Motor Service 


$ 1 


07 






(Economy Supply Co. 


13 


55 






Fred's Socony Station 


7 


84 






Koppers Co. 


92 


38 






D. F. Lorden 


195 


84 






Tolles-Bickford Lumber 










Co., Inc. 


19 


40 


331 

$448 


08 
19 


Grand Total 







PROSPECT STREET EXTENSION 
Dr. 



Received from selectmen 

Cr 
Labor : 
Carl Bishop 
Leon Caswell 
John Daniels 
Oscar Ellsworth 
Allan Foster 
Frank Grafton 
Thomas Grant 
William Holt 
L. L. Junkins 
Daniel Steele 
William Stoddard 
William Sweeney 

Supplies and Trucks: 
Bowler's Esso Station 



$744 28 



$63 


00 


72 


22 


73 


50 


58; 


80 


20 


60 


62 


00 


20 


60 


62 


00 


11 


00 


114 


90 


52 


40 


1 


40 



$612 42 



$27 21 



Fred's Socony Station 48 15 

O. W. Carleton 53 20 

Leon Caswell 1 00 

Walter Marshall 1 00 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 1 30 



Grand Total 



131 86 



$744 28 



TREE WORK 

Dr. 

Received from selectmen 
Due from selectmen 



Cr 



Labor: 

Carl Bishop 
Leon Caswell 
John Daniels 
William Holt 
George Lemander 
Victor Maki 
Alex Provencal 
Oscar Sampson 
Daniel Steele 
William Stoddard 

Supplies: 
Coburn Motor Service 
Esso Service Station 
Merrill's Garage 



$29 


20 


10 


56 


30 


80 


29 


20 


3 


40 


3! 


40 


2 


25 


3 


40 


62 


01 


16 


00 


$4 


28 


1 


07 


1 


07 



$196 60 
04 

$196 64 



190 22 



6 42 



Grand Total 



$196 64 



81 



WALKS 






Dr. 






Received from selectmen 






Cr 






Labor : 






Carl Bishop 


$56 


40 


Leon Caswell 


64 


66 


John Daniels 


32 


00 


Frank Grafton 


59 


60 


Thomas Grant 


1 


00 


William Holt 


60 


80 


Daniel Steele 


110 


84 


William Stoddard 


54 


40 


Supplies and Trucks: 






Bowler's Esso Station 


$ 20 


42 


0. W. Carleton 


34 


58 


Cassidy's Service Station 


8 


69 


Daniels Service Station 


1 


07 


Fred's Socony Station 


o 
O 


21 


Koppers Co. 


125 


00 


H. H. McGuire & Co., Inc. 


138 


60 


Fred H. Willard 


28 


40 



$799 67 



$439 70 



359 97 



Grand Total 



$799 67 



82 

Report of Planning Board 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

Cash on hand Mar. 1, 1942 $65 52 

Received sale of maps 63 



$66 15 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Public Service Co. of N. H., 2 light 

bills, Planning Board rooms $ 1 63 

Edson C. Eastman Co., Inc. 4 10 

The Phaneuf Press, 6 clasp envelopes, 
1 desk pad, 1 telephone index, 
1 roll Scotch tape, 1 roll Photo tape, 
1 set A. Z. Cell Guides 6 63 

Brown and Burpee, 1 reading glass, used 

with the aerial map in Legion rooms 3 50 

Postage 53 



$16 39 
Balance on hand Feb. 1, 1943 49 76 



Total $66 15 

MINNIE W. FALCONER, 

Treasurer. 



83 



Report of Cemetery Trustees 

We can report no major projects undertaken in 
the cemeteries the past year. We hope this year to 
be able to start laying water pipes in the front sec- 
tion of Riverside cemetery, then to begin a perma- 
nent road program in that cemetery. We are in re- 
ceipt of a gift from the A. L. Keyes Memorial Fund 
with which we intend to start that project. The new 
section of that cemetery which we have been devel- 
oping and seeding down to grass the past two years 
is in fine shape and a large percentage of the new 
lots which were sold the past year*were in that sec- 
tion. These lots are sold for $150 each, which in- 
cludes $100 for a perpetual trust fund. In this way 
the owner is assured that his lot and all the neigh- 
boring lots will forever be taken care of. We started 
last Fall to develop a large tract in the front section. 
We believe that this will make the cemetery more 
attractive from Nashua Street. 

The new gates and approach to West Street 
Cemetery have brought much favorable comment 
the past year. It is our desire, in the not distant 
future, to have permanent road construction on the 
main avenues of that cemetery. 

It is our intention to finish the fencing of North 
Cemetery this year. The job is about half complet- 
ed and we have all the necessary material to finish 
it. 

The improvement of Elm Street Cemetery has 
been highly commended, especially by former citi- 
zens of the town. We believe that the small added 
maintenance cost of keeping that cemetery mowed 
in the summer is worth while. 

LEON L. JUNKINS, 
HENRY A. ROMANI, 
RODNEY C. WOODMAN, 
Cemetery Trustees. 



84 



7 85 



PERPETUAL CARE 

Dr. 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 $481 64 

Income from trust funds 717 45 



$900 26 



GENERAL CARE FROM TOWN APPROPRIATION 

Dr. 
Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 
Town orders 

Cr. 

Labor: 

A. F. Carpentieri 

Eugene Manning 

Roger Grunale 

Joseph Pezzullo 

Stillman Curtis m 

Supplies: 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, 
tools 

Merrill's Garage, gas and oil 

Daniels' Service, gas and oil 

Elm St. Garage, repairs to mower 12 96 

Ernest Gagnon, repairs 3 75 

Whirlwind Lawnmower Corp., 

repairs 2 86 

Souhegan Nat'l. Bank, check book 1 75 

Winslow & Cummings, repair- 
ing wall 

Milford Mach. Works, repairs 

Economy Supply Co., grease 

Milford Wiater Works, wa 

L. L. Junkins, salary 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1943 

$900 26 



$ 


26 


900 


00 


$337: 


40 


114 


00 


121 


50 


114 


80 


51 


60 


tge, 




21 


15 


1 9 


26 



18 00 




irs 10 20 




3 79 




3r 24 00 




48 00 


- 




$899 87 






39 



$1199 09 



85 



Cr. 

Labor: 

A. F. Carpentieri 

Eugene Manning 

Stillman Curtis 

Roger Grunale 

Joseph Pezzullo 

Arthur Provencher 

Georgina Calderara 

Supplies: 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, 

fertilizer 
County Stores, Inc., tools 
Merrill's Garage, gas and oil 
Mrs. J. P. Melzer, reimbursement 12 00 
Clarence H. Hagar, repairs to 

mowers 19 25 

Will A. Holt, lawn mower 5 00 

L. L. Junkins, salary 12 00 



$174 


75 


102 


80 


106, 


00 


109 


90 


159 


60 


4 


40 


4 


00 


63 


40 


3 


18 


4 


32 



Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1943 



$780 60 
418 49 

$1199 09 



GRADING, FOUNDATIONS, OPENING GRAVES, 
ANNUAL CARE, FOR WHICH REIMBURSE- 
MENT RECEIVED 

Dr. 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 $ 30 34 

Foundations: 

Ernest Medlyn $51 

W. C. Cannif & Sons 5 

Henry Romani 52 

Horace Dean 13 



New Westerly Gran. Co. of N. H. 56 



23 
62 
23 
33 

09 



178 50 



Grading : 
Frank Pond 



$20 00 



86 



Rachel Sonn 


20 00 




Mrs. Hudson Wilder 


18 65 




Victor Hodgkin 


14 66 




Mrs. M. E. Hideout 


67 40 




Edith Hutchinson 


2 64 




Walter D. Wright 


10 23 




Mrs. Edwin Parker 


3 00 




Athaleen Hall 


2 64 




F. W. Sawyer 


6 31 




F. W. Sawyer, Trustee 


18 25 




John Dutton 


15 00 




Mrs. James Melzer 


50 




Mrs. Littlefield, flowers 


50 


199 78 


Opening Graves: 




Leon C. Tucker 


$401 00 




John T. Smith 


171 00 




Sullivan Bros. 


20 00 




James Richardson 


16 00 




Fred C. Nelson 


10 00 




Farwell Funeral Home 


16 00 




Marshall French 


10 00 


644 00 
176 00 


From annual care of lots 






$1228 62 


Cr. 






Labor: 






A. F. Carpentieri 


$585 75 




Roger Grunale 


303 85 




Joseph Pezzullo 


72 60 




Eugene Manning 


45 40 




Stillman Curtis 


46 60 




Arthur Provencher 


5 20 




Anthony Carpentieri 


1 00 




A. Grunale 


3 75 




Genero D'Andrea 


3 20 





87 



Supplies: 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 

County Stores 

Ace Trucking 

Reed's 

Leon C. Tucker 

John Deschamps 

J. J. Kirby, Postmaster 

Rodney Woodman, flowers 

Dennis Lorden 

Ernest Gagnon 

L. L. Junkins, salary 



Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1943 



nge 51 


35 






1 


80 






48 


00 






8 


00 






12 


00 






1 


25 






5 


00 
50 






1, 


23 






1 


20 






20 


00 










$1217 


68 










10 


94 




$1228 


62 



ARTHUR L. KEYES MEMORIAL FUND 

Dr. 
Received from trustees $1000 00 

Cr 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1943 $1000 00 



RIVERSIDE CEMETERY FUNDS 

Dr. 
Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1942 
Irene Paine, 2 single graves 
Webster Harley 
Ricciardi 

Mrs. John P. Bruce 
Mrs. Millie Twitchell 
Vernice and Horace Deane 
Willard Batchelder, partial 

payment 
William Ellis, 2 single graves 
Charles B. Smith 
Carl H. Bowen 



$510 82 



$ 10 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 


25 


00 


5 


00 


10 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 



88 



Mark Richardson, 2 si 


ngle graves 10 


00 






Dr. Oscar Burns 




300 


00 






A. Wallace Wilkins 




150 


00 






Maurice Harriman 




150 


00 






Warren H. Chase 




150 


00 






Peter Larson, 2 single 


graves 


10 


00 






Jean Griffith 




25 


00 






William Maxwell 




25 


00 






Carl Holland 




150 


00 






John Fiori Est. 




5 


00 






Fred S. Kimball 




150 


00 






Mrs. Wesley Nichols 




25 


00 






Alvin B. Rawding 




150 


00 






Joseph Tabusso 




25 


00 






Herbert Burns 




25 


00 






Interest on savings account 


4 


04 














2054 


04 












$2564 


86 




Cr. 










Labor: 












A. F. Carpentieri 




$162 


10 






Eugene Manning 




1 


60 






Roger Grunale 




100 


30 






Joseph Pezzullo 




25 


20 






Arthur Provencher 




2 


00 






Supplies: 












Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, 










seed, etc. 




11 


70 






County Stores, supplies 


1 


27 






Merrill's Garage 




5 


15 






Souhegan Nat'l. Bank, 


bank book 2 


50 






F. W. Sawyer, trustee 


of trust 










funds 




1200 


00 






Charles O'Brien, plowing 


37 


00 






Ralph Sloan, waterproofing 


2 


50 






A. Grunale, trucking 




2 


00 






Milford Machine Wor 


ks 


1 


50 







89 



Joseph Rosi, tending' gates 
L. L. Junkins, salary 

Balance on hand Feb. 1, 1943 


12 

20 

$270 
707 


00 
00 

74 
30 


$1586 
978 


82 
04 


Divided : 
Savings bank 
Checking account 


$2564 

$978 


86 








04 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 
OF CEMETERIES 

During the past year we feel that we accom- 
plished a great deal with the amount of money we 
had to work with. Because of the very wet season 
there was more expense for mowing than we had 
anticipated, therefore there was less money for 
some of the work we had planned to do. 

On the southeast side of the North Yard creosot- 
ed chestnut posts were put up and we expect to 
complete the work this spring and wire it. At the 
entrance at the south side of Riverside cemetery sev- 
eral new lots were ploughed up and are ready for 
fertilizer and reseeding which we hope to accom- 
plish this spring and summer. 

Because of the dirt constructed roads in the Mil- 
ford cemeteries much work is necessary each spring 
to repair the frost damage. 

In closing I wish to say thank you to the Trustees 
and the citizens of Milford for their cooperation 
during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANTIMO CARPENTIERI, 
Superintendent of Cemeteries. 



90 

Report of Trustees of Lull Memorial 



The Trustees of Lull Properties, Real Estate, here- 
with submit their annual report. 
By vote the citizens of the Town of Milford at 
the last Town Meeting authorized the Selectmen 
to sell the properties. They have succeeded in dis- 
posing of the so-called Amsden and Holt houses. 
This leaves only the Homestead with its two tene- 
ments in our hands and we suppose that we will 
still continue to function until it is disposed of. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SAMUEL A. LOVEJOY, 
LEON L. JUNKINS, 
FRED E. COOLEY. 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

JANUARY 31, 1943 

Real Estate as per Assessors' Valuation : 

Lull Homestead $3400 00 

RECEIPTS 
Balance in Souhegan National Bank $ 30 56 

Rent of Homestead 

Soraghan $249 00 

Brookings 48 00 

$297 00 

Rent of Batterson House 160 00 

Rent of Holt House 85 00 

542 00 



Refunded premium (insurance) 

on property sold 26 09 



$598 65 



DISBURSEMENTS 
Taxes $249 48 

Milford Water Works 41 10 



91 



Public Service Co. 

Robert Chartier 

Elgin F. Burtt 

John R. Martin 

The County Stores, Inc. 

Henry H. Dearborn 

Milford Machine Works 

and Garage 
A. L. Keyes Ins. Agency 



27 00 

3 00 

15 65 



Cash on deposit, Souhegan National 
Bank, Jan. 31, 1943 



60 
58 
25 



4 98 
18 00 



$369 64 
229 01 



$598 65 

Respectfully submitted, 

S. A. LOVEJOY, 
L. L. JUNKINS, 
F. E. COOLEY, 

Trustees Lull Memorial Fund. 



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MILFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 



SCHOOL BOARD 

Term Expires 
Mrs. Emma B. Daniels, Chairman 1944 

Raymond A. Dyer, Secretary 1943 

Guy Fitch 1945 

Harold C. Bowley Superintendent of Schools 

Fred W. Snell Headmaster of High School 

Maurice G. Jewett Treasurer 

David Deans, Jr. Moderator 

A. Wallace Wilkins Clerk 

Dr. Henry Hale Dearborn School Physician 

Esther McCormick, R. N. School Nurse 



94 

Warrant for Annual School Meeting 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the School District in the 
Town of Milford, qualified to vote in district affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town 
Hall in said district on the 9th day of March 1943, 
at 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon, to act upon the fol- 
lowing' subjects: 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for 
the ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the 
School Board and Truant Officer, and fix the com- 
pensation of any other officers or agent of the dis- 
trict. 

6. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, 
Committees, or Officers chosen, and pass any vote 
relating thereto. 

7. To choose Agents, Auditors and Committees 
in relation to any subject embraced in this warrant. 

8. To see if the district will vote to make any 
alteration in the amount of money required to be 
assessed for the ensuing year for the support of 
public schools and the payment of the statutory ob- 
ligations of the district, as determined by the school 
board in its annual report. 

9. To. see how much money the district will 
raise and appropriate for insurance on school prop- 
erty. 



95 

10. To see how much money the district will 
raise and appropriate for liability insurance. 

11. To see how much money the district will 
raise and appropriate for special repairs and altera- 
tions of school buildings and grounds, for new 
equipment, new construction, and for furnishings 
and replacements. 

12. To transact any other business that may le- 
gally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands at said Milford, this 8th 
day of February, 1943. 

EMMA B. DANIELS, 
RAYMOND A. DYER, 
GUY W. FITCH, 

School Board. 



96 



BUDGET 
July 1, 1943 to June 30, 1944 



A. For Support of Schools: 










Voted March Proposed March 




1942 foi 




1943 for 






1942-1943 


1943-1944 




Teachers' salaries $39,225 


00 


$41,350 


00 


Textbooks 


1,700 


00 


1,100 


00 


Scholars' supplies 


1,700 


00 


1,900 


00 


Flags and appurtenances 


20 


00 


40 


00 


Other exp. of instruction 


900 


00 


900 


00 


Janitors' service 


2,472 


00 


2,636 


00 


Fuel 


1,800 


00 


1,900 


00 


Water, light and 










janitors' supplies 


900 


00 


1,000 


00 


Minor repairs and expenses 


800 


00 


800 


00 


Health supervision 


1,070 


00 


1,070 


00 


Transportation of pupils 


2,540 


00 


2,540 


00 


Other special activities 


150 


00 


150 


00 


$53,277 


00 


$55,386 


00 


B. For Payment of Statutory 








and Other Obligations: 










Salaries of school board 


$ 280 


00 


$ 280 


00 


Salary of treasurer 


45 


00 


45 


00 


Salary of moderator 


5 


00 


5 


00 


Salary of auditors 


5 


00 


5 


00 


Salary of clerk 


5 


00 


5 


00 


Salary of truant officer 


40, 


00 


40 


00 


Salary of census enumerator 40 


00 


40 


00 


Supt.'s excess salary 


952 


00 


952 


00 


$2 per capita tax 


1,400 


00 


1,272 


00 


Payment of princ. of debt 


7,000 


00 


7,000 


00 


Payment of interest on debt 


968 


75 


706 


25 


Expenses of administration 


700 


00 


800 


00 



$11,440 75 $11,150 25 



97 

Estimated Income of District: 

Balance June 30, 1943 $ 00 00 $ 00 00 
State Aid (Shop 

and Home Econ.) 1,800 00 1,850 00 

Dog tax 600 00 700 00 

High school tuitions 4,300 00 4,050 00 

Elementary school tuitions 700 00 372 00 

Rent and sales 200 00 100 00 



$ 7,500 00 $ 7,072 00 

Special Appropriations Proposed: 

New equipment (Shop 

and Home Econ.) $ 400 00 $ 400 00 
Painting (sash and interiors) 400 00 
Insurance 510 00 

Special insurance (Liability) 



300 


00 


510 


00 


261 


80 



$ 1,310 00 $ 1,471 80 

Summary of Recommendations: 

A. Amount recommended for 

support of schools $53,277 00 $55,386 00 

B. For payment of statutory 

and other obligations 11,440 75 11,150 25 



Total A and B $64,717 75 $66,536, 25 

Less estimated income 7,500 00 7,072 00 



(Art. 8 in Warrant) $57,217 75 $59,464 25 

C. Special Appropriations 1,310 00 1,471 80 

Total assessment 

required for School 



Board's Budget $58,527 75 $60,936 05 

EMMA B. DANIELS, 
RAYMOND A. DYER, 
GUY W. FITCH, 

School Board. 
February 8, 1943. 



98 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 

(For Fiscal Year July 1, 1941 to June 30, 1942) 



Total Receipts $67,113 73 

Total Payments 66,303 03 



Cash Balance June 30, 1942 $810 70 

RECEIPTS IN DETAIL 

From State : 
State aid for Vocational Education $ 2,274 54 

From Selectmen Raised by Taxation: 
Appropriation voted March 1941 58,486 25 

From Sources Other Than Taxation: 
Dog licenses $ 781 96 

Elementary school tuitions 914 50 

High school tuitions 4154 32 

Rent of auditorium-gymnasium 90 00 
Sale of supplies and blower 241 27 

Other receipts 1 85 

Rebate, sporting equipment • 49 61 

6,233 51 



Total Receipts from all sources $66,994 30 

Cash on hand July 1, 1941 119 43 



GRAND TOTAL $67,113 73 



99 



REPORT OF TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1941 to June 30, 1942 



MAURICE, G. JEWETT, Treasurer, 

In account with the School District of Milford 

Dr. 
Balance as per last report 

Board of Selectmen: 
Appropriation of March 1941 
Dog tax 

From Other Sources: 
Elementary school tuitions 
High school tuitions 
Rent of auditorium-gymnasium 
Sale of supplies and blower 
Miscellaneous sales 
Rebate 

From State: 
State Aid for Vocational Education 



Cr. 
Payments on orders of school board 
Cash on hand June 30, 1942 



$ 119 


43 


58,486 


25 


781 


96 


914 


50 


4,154 


32 


90 


00 


241 


27 


1 


85 


49 


61 


2,274 


54 


$67,113 


73 


$66,303 


03 


810 


70 



$67,113 73 



Bonds outstanding on High 

School Feb. 1943 $10,000 00 

Bonds outstanding on Elem. 

Building Feb. 1943 $15,000 00 



M. G. JEWETT, 
District Treasurer. 



July 13, 1942 



Audited, 
F. S. KIMBALL, 
H. E. TRENTINI, 
July 13, 1942. Auditors. 



100 

ABSTRACT OF REPORT OF CLERK TO STATE 

BOARD OF EDUCATION, SCHOOL BOARD, 

AND SELECTMEN 



District Revenue Voted March 10, 1942 for School 

Year 1942-1943 

Amounts Appropriated for: 
Support of high school 
Support of elementary schools 
Salaries of district officers 
Truant officer and school census 
Superintendent's excess salary 
§2 per capita tax for supervision 
Payment of principal of debt 
Payment of interest on debt 
Administration 
Specials: 

Insurance 

New equipment 

Painting 

Amount of School Board's Budget 

and specials 
Less estimated income 

Amount to be raised by taxation for 
budget and appropriations 

A. WALLACE WILKINS, 

Clerk of School District. 
March 10, 1942. 



$19,895 


00 


33,382 


00 


340 


00 


80 


00 


952 


00 


1,400 


00 


7,000 


00 


968 


75 


700 


00 


510 


00 


400 


00 


400 


00 


$66,027 


75 


7,500 


00 


$58,527, 


75 



101 
PAYMENTS JULY 1, 1941 TO JUNE 30, 1942 



Administration : 

1., Salaries of district officers $301 11 

2. Supt.'s excess salary 952 00 

3. Truant officer & school census 80 00 

4. Expenses of administration 896 32 



$2229 43 

Instruction : 

5. Teachers' salaries $37144 01 

6. Textbooks 1800 31 

7. Scholars' supplies 1683 64 

8. Flags and appurtenances 43 79 

9. Other expenses of instruction 844 44 

$41516, 19 

Operation and Maintenance of School Plant: 

10 Janitor service $2366 24 

11. Fuel 1995 49 

12. Water, li^ht and 

janitors' supplies 1033 31 

13. Minor repairs and expenses 726 57 

6121 61 

Auxiliary Agencies and Special Activities: 

14. Medical inspection and 

health supervision $1090 91 

15. Transportation of pupils' 2531 75 

16. High school tuition 00 00 

17. Elementary school tuition 00 00 

18. Other special activities 150 30 

3772 96 



Fixed Charges: 

19. Tax for state- wide super- 

vision $1416 00 

20. Insurance and other 

fixed charges 536 32 



1952 32 



102 

Outlay for Construction and Equipment: 

21. Lands and new buildings $ 00 00 

22. Alterations of old buildings 00 00 

23. New equipment 756 40 

756 40 

Debt, Interest, and Other Charges: 

24. Payments of principal 

of debt $7000 00 

25„ Payments of interest 

on debt 1281 25 

26. Payments of notes or bills 

from previous year 125 75 

27. Special repairs 1547 12 

9954 12 



Total Amount of Payments $66,303 03 

Distributed as follows: 
General expenses including debt, 

interest and outlay charges $14,892 27 

Support of high school 20,946 12 

Support of elementary schools 30,464 64 



$66,303 03 



103 



PAYMENTS IN DETAIL 
July 1, 1941 to June 30, 1942 

(Note: Expenditures for Grades VII and VIII, 
housed in the High School Building, are for the pur- 
poses of administration considered as Elementary 
costs.) 

1. Salaries of District Officers: 

Emma B. Daniels, school board $93 33 
Raymond A. Dyer, school board 93 34 
Herbert W. Bean, school board 

(7 months) 
Maurice G. Jewett, treasurer 
A. Wallace Wilkins, clerk 
David Deans, Jr., moderator 
Fred S. Kimball, auditor 
Hugo E. Trentini, auditor 

$301 11 

2. Superintendent's Salary Account: 

Raymond A. Dyer, Treas., Union No. 40, 

account of Harold C. Bowley $952 00 

3. Truant Officer and School Census: 

Donald Chartier, census enum- 
erator $40 00 
Calvin Goldsmith, truant officer 40 00 

$80 00 



54 


44 


45 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


2 


50 


2 


50 



4. Expenses of Administration: 

Edw. E. Babb & Co., supplies $ 6 02 
Harold C. Bowley, tel., postage 6 11 
The Cabinet Press, supplies, adv. 13 12 
Congleton Typewriter Co., repairs 6 00 
Raymond A. Dyer, Union ac- 
count, films . 676 12 
Edson E. Eastman, ledger 

sheets, warrants 4 24 

First National Bank of Boston, 

postage 24 



104 



J. L. Hammett Co., supplies 
J. A. Gebhardt, silver plate for 

picture 
Carl Larson, staples 
Est. of J. P. Melzer, cards 
Milton Bradley Co., supplies 
New England Tel. and Tel. 

Co., service 
Pioneer Office Appliance Co., 

stencils 
Remington Rand Inc., record cards 
School Service Co., transfer forms 
L. C. Smith & Corona Co., 

coupon books 
Fred W. Snell, postage and cards 
Star Paper Fastener Co., staples 
Harold Truell, stamps and cards 



7 48 



4 
7 
3 

1 



00 
64 
50 

50 



125 78 



9 


92 


2 


80 


1 


17 


5 


00 


8 


43 


4 


00 


3 


25 



5. Teachers' Salaries: 

Abbiati, Flora — French, Eng. $1240 00 

Stone, Mrs. Walter — sub. 
Bedell, Robert — History 
Butler, Emma — Grade I 
Campbell, Dorris — Grade III 
Clarkin, Kathryn — Grade VI 

Foote, Mildred — sub. 
Cooney, D'onald — Mechanic 

Arts, Science 

Tonella, Mrs. Hazel — sub 

Lorden, Fred — sub. 
Draper, Helen — Grade VI 
French, Ruth — English 
Gogan, Katherine — Grade V 
Graeme, Harold — Mech. Arts 

Holt, Willard— sub. 
Gullberg, Barbara — Eng., Latin 950 00 
Hagar, Mrs. Alberta— Grade IV 1050 00 



58 


50 


1000 


00 


1050 


00 


1050 


00 


1044 


00 


6 


00 


1191 


00 


10 


00 


12 


50 


1050 


00 


1250 


00 


1050 


00 


1532 


00 


18 


00 



?896 32 



105 



Herlihy, Alice — Social Science 1300 00 
Johnson, Bertha — Commercial 1191 00 

Glidden, Mrs, Dorothy — sub. 22 50 
Kieley, Eleanor— Grade II 1050 00 

King, C. Frances — Laurel, 

Grades I-II-III 903 00 

Foote, Mrs. Mildred — sub 34 00 
Langley, Florence — Home 

Economics 1200 00 

McGettigan, Mary— Grade V 1050 00 
Miller, Beatrice— Grade II 1050 00 

Noucas, James — History, Phys. 

Education 1600 00 

Nutting, Nina — Pine Valley, 

Grades I-IV 900 00 

Pettee, Mary — Prin., Grade I 1200 00 
Pichierri, Louis — Music, Eng. 1000 00 
Plummer, Doris — Grade IV 580 00 

O'Neil, Marguerite — sub. 2 00 

Ouellette, Alice — sub. 315 00 

Pomeroy, Ray — Mathematics 1200 00 
Queenan, Etta — Social Science 945 50 

Tonella, Mrs. Hazel — sub. 4 50 
Romeo, James — Math., Sci. 1450 00 
Stewart, Lawrence — Social Sci- 
ence, Science 1100 00 
Talbot, Carl— Mechanic Arts 1650 00 
Truell, Harold — Headmaster, 

Math., Science 

Prior, Charles — sub. 

Snell, Fred W. — sub. 

Headm., Math., Sci. 

Wheeler, Elsie F. — Music Elem. 525 00 

Young, Muriel — Grade III 1046 00 

Foote, Mrs. Mildred — sub. 4 00 

$37,144 01 

High $15,454.05; Elem. $21,689.96 



491 


10 


298 


41 


1470 


00 



106 



6. Textbook: 


s: 




Allyn and Bacon 


$101 


83 


American Book Co. 


90 


69 


Americana Corporation 


54 


25 


American Home Econom- 






ics Association 


13 


20 


D. Appleton Century Co. 


2 


23 


Edward E. Babb & Co. 


7 


13 


Beckley-Cardy Co. 


21 


84 


The Bisbee Press 


1 


20 


George N. Bosworth 


8 


25 


Bruce Publishing Co. 


13 


70 


Educational Guild of N. E. 


3 


06 


Forster Music Pub. Co. 




40 


Frontier Press 


13 


75 


The Gerrard Press 


1 


63 


Ginn and Co. 


249 


67 


Gregg Publishing Co. 


25 


22 


Hale Cushman and Flint 




78 


Harcourt Brace and Co. 


5 


41 


Harper & Bros. 


3 


16 


D. C. Heath & Co. 


188 


90 


Hobart Trade School Inc. 


1 


38 


Houghton Mifflin Co. 


197 


96 


Laidlaw Bros. 


56 


42 


J. B. Lippincott Co. 


71 


29 


Junior Literary Guild 


1 


88 


Little, Brown, & Co. 


1 


17 


The Manual Arts Press 




82 


McCormick-Mathers Pub. Co. 


4 


73 


McGraw Hill Book Co. 


81 


19 


The MacMillan Co. 


143 


49 


Noble & Noble Inc. 


1 


55 


Prentice Hall, Inc. 


1 


05 


Rand McNally & Co. 


2 


78 


Row, Peterson & Co. 


18 


73 


Sanel Auto Parts 


9 


33 



107 



Scott Foresman & Co. 




165 


01 




Charles Seribner's Sons 




7 


52 




Silver Burdett Co. 




55 


79 




L. W. Singer Co. 




6 


75 




Southwestern Pub. Co. 




103 


29 




The Tolman Bindery 




10 


80 




D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc. 




1 


16 




Weld Book Co. 




5 


65 




John C. Winston Co. 




44 


27 


$1800 31 


High $1099.85; Elem. 


$700.46 






7. Scholars' 


Supplies: 






American Cookery 




$ 1' 


50 




American Education Press 




16 


20 




American Medical Association 


4 


00 




American School Health Assoc. 


2 


00 




A. P. R. Paste & Glue Co. 




8 


00 




Edward E. Babb Co. 




255 


06 




George Bosworth 






35 




The Bourn Co. 




1 


00 




Bruce Publishing Co. 




2 


50 




California Test Bureau 




5 


71 




Cambosco Scientific Co. 




93 


39 




Carbide & Carbon Chem. 


Co. 


24 


00 




Cassidy's Service Station 




1 


25 




Character Building Publication 


7 


57 




Warren H. Chase 




26 


51 




Civic (Education Service 




48 


00 




The Commonwealth Fund 




1 


50 




Congressional Digest 




5 


00 




The County Stores 




121 


32 




Daniels' Service Station 




4 


84 




Economy Supply Co. 




220 


34 




William M. Falconer 




190 


00 




Gillum Book Co. 




3 


69 




Gledhill Bros. Inc. 




6 


74 




Harold Graeme 




21 


96 





108 



J. L. Hammett Co. 


156 


66 


Hearst Magazine Inc. 


3 


00 


John F. Holmes, M. D. 


1 


50 


Forrest Holt 




93 


Holt & Bugbee 


72 


40 


Philip H. James 


5 


45 


Liberty's Eastern Exp. Co. 




77 


Linde Air Products 


12 


25 


Dennis F. Lorden 


4 


32 


Lorenze Publishing Co. 


18 


14 


McCormick-Mathers Co. 


23 


14 


Milton Bradley Co. 


134 


84 


Motor Magazine 


2 


00 


People's Laundry 




77 


Prentice Hall Co. 


1 


00 


Public Service Co. 


100 


04 


The Reader's Digest 


15 


00 


Safety Education Magazine 


2 


00 


Scott, Foresman & Co. 


6 


00 


Snap-on Tools Corp. 


6 


75 


Sunset Grocery Co. 


16 


16 


Superintendent of Documents 


2 


25 


Time Magazine 


3 


75 


The United States News 


2 


00 


H. P. Welch Co. 




71 


World Book Co. 


19 


38 

$1683 64 


High $943.70; Elem. $73 


9.94 




8. Flags and Appurtenances: 


County Stores, Inc., Flags 




$43 79 



High $20.55; Elem. $23.24 

9. Other Expenses of Instruction: 

Edw. E. Babb Co., phonics, dial $19 01 
Cabinet Press, stationery, 

programs 21 00 

Cook & Co., drill charts 5 50 



109 



Harold Grame, expenses at 

M. A. conference 3 50 

Gregg Publishing Co., 1 timer 2 53 
J. L. Hammett Co., diplomas, 

reg. 54 82 

Catherine Hammond, lip read'g 109 50 
Harper Bros., "Hobbies" 2 35 

The Hearing Aids Co., records 4 50 
Vernon D. Holt, signs 5 00 

Hospital Cottages for Children, 

tuition for Robert Brown 207 13 
Florence Langley, transp., exp. at 

Home Economics Conference 11 14 
Est. of James P. Melzer, 

report cards 8 00 

Remington Rand, Inc., machines, 

cards 161 40 

Geo. W. Riddle, rental of mike 

for graduation 5 00 

Royal Typewriter Co., 4 type- 
writers 191 66 
L. C. Smith & Corona Type. Co., 

coupon books 5 00 

Star Paper Fastener Co. 4 00 

E. M. Stickney, 1 Chase Doll 

for Home Economics 12 60 

Carl W. Talbot, exp. at M. A. 

conference 3 50 

Harold Truell, exp. at Keene 

conference 5 00 

World Book Co., tests, cards 2 30 



High $466.33; Elem. $378.11 

10. Janitor Service: 

John Calderara, Laurel, 2 wks. $ 2 00 
John Cahill, Laurel 36 00 



$844 44 



110 

Calvin Goldsmith, High School 

regular 
Calvin Goldsmith, special for 

auditorium-gym service 
Forrest Holt, Elem. regular 
Forrest Holt, special service 
Tullio Bianchi, substitute 
Fred Luongo, special service 
Lloyd Manning, Pine Valley 



High $849.50; Elem. $1516.74 

11. Fuel: 

E. P. Cassidy, Laurel and P. V. $ 87 00 
Frank Hartshorn, kindling for 

rurals 21 00 

Haseltine & Caldwell, coal 371 26 

Merrimack Farmers Exc, coal 748 47 
Milford Grain & Coal Co., stoker 

coal for High School 767 76 



1150 00 




66 50 




1050 00 




\ 14 50 




6 74 




3 4 50 




36 00 






$2366 24 



$1995 49 



High $877.37; Elem. $1118.12 



12. Water, Light and Janitors' Supplies: 

Beacon Wiper Supply Co., cloths $22 55 

Cheshire Chemical Co., Dust-Void 8 50 

The County Stores, Inc., supplies 28 06 

Daniels' Service Station, kero- 
sene, gas 1 80 

C. B. Dolge Co., diffusers, refills 9 29 

Du-Ev Products Inc., wax, seal 143 55 

Emerson & Son, supplies 

Gault Plumbing & Heating Co. 

Masury-Young Co., Mycoleum 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, 
ladder, salt 

Milford Products Co., supplies 

Milford Water Works, service 



15 


00 


2 


35 


22 


26 


12 


45 


69 


80 


78 


35 



Ill 



Milwaukee Dustless Brush Co., 

2 brushes 14 96 

People's Laundry, D. A. Dept. 

and rags 2 72 

Profile Products Co., window 

wash 16 30 

Public Service Co., service 463 36 

Warren Refining & Chem. Co. 122 01 



$1033 



High $425.53; Elem. $607.78 

13, Minor Repairs and Expenses: 

Edward E. Babb, supplies $ 2 00 
Harry A. Beane, tuning 2 pianos 6 00 
Harold C. Bowley, repairs 70 
Brodhead-Garrett Co., re- 
placement blade 2 00 
Elgin Burtt, repairs to floor and 

lock 9 52 
Cambosco Scientific Co., barom- 
eter rep. 10 00 
Clarke Sanding Mach. Co., repairs 51i 26 
The County Stores, supplies for „ 

repairs 240 98 

J. W. Dodge, filing saws 15 65 

Economy Supply Co., supplies 

for repairs 12 10 

(Emerson & Son, supplies for 

repairs 3 95 

Farm Service Co., cement 70 

Owen P. Fisk, repairs to lights 13 31 

Ernest Gagnon, slice bar 1 50 

Gault Plumbing Co., repairs 56 75 

Forrest Holt, Pine Valley repairs 3 00 

John R. Martin, repairs 166 14 

Merrimack Farmers' Exch., cement 65 
Justin A. McCarthy Co., repair 

fire hose 5 00 



112 



Milford Machine Works, repairs 36 65 

Milford Water Works, sewer 

repair 15 30 

J. J. Moreau, supplies for repairs 18 45 

Nash Engineering Co., carbon 

brushes 90 

Nashua Electrical Eng. Co., 

motor repair 3 00 

R. S. Nichols, cartage 1 50 

Public Service Co., 1 control 7 90 

Spaulding Fibre Co., 2 waste- 
baskets 3 00 

Standard Electric Time Co., 

program punch & service 11 91 

George F. Steele, trucking 10 25 

Carl Talbot, repairs to desks 16 50 



$726 57 



High $343.73; Elem. $382.84 



14. Medical Inspection and Health Supervision: 

Raymond A. Dyer, medical 

supplies $ 40 91 

Dr. W. H. W. Hinds, medical 

inspection 180 00 

Milford Red Cross, nurse service 870 00 

$1090 91 



High $447.71; Elem. $643.20 

15. Transportation: 

Harris Daniels $1595 00 

Eleanor Kane 450 00 

Martin Von Iderstine 486 75 



$2531 75 



18. Other Special Activities: 

The County Stores, Inc., sport- 
ing equipment $51 84 

Economy Supply Co., softballs 

and bats 58 46 



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Philip Morris Co., sporting 

equip. 40 00 

$150 30 

High $17.80; Elem. $132.50 

19. Tax for State- Wide Supervision: 

State Treasurer, $2 per capita tax $1416 00 

20. Insurance and Other Fixed Charges: 

A. L. Keyes Ins. Agency, insurance $536 32 

23. New Equipment : 

Edw. E. Babb Co., Ditto mach. $58 50 

The Bourn Co., 2 tables 51 00 

Emerson & Son, shades and 

labor, screens 242 32 

O. J. Malmgren Co., curtains 28 95 

Philip Morris & Co., sport equip. 49 61 

John B. Varick Co., 1 blanket 2 75 



$433 13 



High School Home 

Economics Dept.: 

Emerson & Son, 

oil burner $43 50 

Singer Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., 1 mach. 70 99 



114 49 



Mechanic Arts 

Department: 

Brodhead-Garrett Co., 

shop equipment. $ 4 58 
County Stores Inc., 

supplies 80 36 

Elm St. Garage Inc., 

valve key tool 2 65 

Snap-on Tools Corp., 

tools 121 19 



208 78 

$756 40 



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24. Payments of Principal of Debt: 

First National Bank of Boston, 

debt pay't on Elem. Bldg. $5000 00 

Souhegan National Bank, serial 

note on High School 2000 00 

$7000 00 

25. Payments of Interest on Debt: 

First National Bank of Boston $956 25 

A. L. Keyes Memorial Trust 62 50 
Souhegan National Bank 262 50 

$1281 25 

26. Payment of Bills from Previous Year: 

Du-lEv Products, Inc., wax, seal $76 25 
Regal Mfg. Co., boiler treatment 49 50 

$125 75 

27. Special Repairs: 

Leo Comolli, painting $150 00 

The County Stores, Inc., supplies 77 37 

Leo D. Flanagan, Elem. chimney 381 75 

B. A. Hutchinson, painting 163 00 
Sloans, Caulkers, High School 

roof repairs 775 00 

$1547 12 



Total Amount of All Payments $66,303 03 



115 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained 
in this report was taken from official records and is 
complete and correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. The accounts are kept in accordance 
with Section 24 of Chapter 82 of the Revised Laws 
of New Hampshire (Commissioners , Report 1941), 
and upon forms prescribed by the State Tax Com- 
mission. 

EMMA B. DANIELS, 
RAYMOND A. DYER, 
GUY FITCH, 

School Board. 
HAROLD C. BOWLEY, Superintendent. 
July 13, 1942. 



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the 
books and other financial records of the school 
board of Milford, of which this is a true summary 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1942, and find 
them correctly cast and properly vouched. 

F. S. KIMBALL, 
H. E. TRENTINI. 
July 13, 1942. 



116 
REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



To the School Board and Citizens of Milford, New 
Hampshire : 

I herewith present my fourth annual report, the 
twenty-fourth in the series. I propose to present 
three topics, besides the usual statistical tables 
which follow. 

Schools Must Go On 

During such difficult times, it is with some hesi- 
tation that we attempt to interpret the schools to 
the public. The demands are so heavy in this and 
that respect that one hardly knows which to put 
into effect and which to eliminate for so many ap- 
pear to be worthy. I notice other people of experi- 
ence find themselves in a similar predicament. 
Therefore, it seems to me that we should have a 
great deal of sympathy for the young people who 
experience difficulty in adjusting themselves to the 
war conditions. 

The growth of children cannot be stopped un- 
til this struggle is over. Their growth is continuous 
and schools must go on with their development. 
British leaders have learned that the war only in- 
tensifies the need for good schools. The future 
strength and leadership of America is now in schooL 

I trust each and everyone is following the evolu- 
tion of the school from peace-time to war-time prep- 
aration. Accelerated programs in higher institu- 
tions cause changes in our high schools and grades. 
Scrap collections, sale of war stamps, participation 
in various drives, ■ rationing programs affect the 
school's former program. Through it all, I find a 
wondeful spirit of loyalty and a desire to do one's 
part. 



117 



Personnel 

I could devote my compete discourse to this 
subject. As suggested before, these are no ordinary 
times and the need for competent teachers was 
never greater. Teachers are entitled to a wage con- 
sistent with their importance and comparable to 
that received in other walks of life. There is enough 
unrest in the world and there will be enough after 
the war without having a group of dissatisfied and 
underpaid people in charge of our schools and chil- 
dren. We shall need those who can hold their heads 
up and ibe proud of the treatment given them by 
their communities. Appreciation may even be a 
partial substitute for monetary consideration. 

We have had plenty of difficulties with the re- 
tention or recruiting of a teaching staff. I urge you 
to be just as generous in the matter of .teachers' sal- 
aries as you can. I well remember my statement of 
last year regarding adequate salaries. No sooner 
had I made that statement than was it out-of-date. 
Conditions in the teacher market grew steadily 
worse and we were confronted with serious prob- 
lems. We have been fortunate to make the changes 
as effective as they have been. Following the last 
district meeting and with the new contract season at 
hand, we again felt the seriousness of the situation 
and cast about to see what changes or economies 
could be affected so that more money could be de- 
voted to salaries. The program at the high school 
was changed from five long to six shorter periods 
with the elimination of one teacher from the staff ; a 
careful investigation of the Pine Valley situation 
was made and, meeting with little criticism due to 
available transportation, that school was closed and 
the children transported to the main Elementary 
building, thus eliminating another teacher. The re- 
sulting savings were immediately made available 



118 



for teachers' salaries. Although we have suffered 
losses during" this year to date, the most of them 
have been caused by teachers leaving for army 
duty. The extra money gained has been a big help 
in retaining our staff as well as making it possible 
to outbid some other schools in obtaining the serv- 
ices of some of the replacements. 

The changes before school opened were as fol- 
lows: Misses Flora Abbiati, Bertha Johnson, and 
Etta Queenan left for marriage. Miss Alice Ouel- 
lette was not needed after the consolidation de- 
scribed above. Messrs. Lawrence Stewart and Har- 
old Graeme left for more lucrative positions as did 
Miss Barbara Gullberg. Miss Beatrice Miller was 
given a leave of absence for one year to work in a 
defense factory. Miss Margaret Doucoumes from 
Keene Teachers College, Miss Marjorie Frost from 
Derry, Miss Florence Bradley of Newburyport, 
Mass., replaced the first three named. The latter 
two are teachers of long experience. Miss Frances 
King came to replace Miss Ouellette at the Elemen- 
tary building and Miss Nina Nutting of the closed 
Pine Valley School to the Laurel School. No re- 
placement of Mr. Stewart was needed while Mr. 
Graeme's successor is Mr. Lindsay Hall of Keene 
Teachers College. Miss Ellen Lovell of West Boyl- 
ston, Mass., was employed to succeed Miss Gullberg. 
Mrs. Blanche Robinson of Bradford, N. H., was 
chosen as Miss Miller's substitute. 

Several changes have taken place since the 
opening of school last Fall. Messrs. Donald Cooney, 
James Noucas and Louis Pichierri were called into 
the Service and Mr. James Romeo left for a better- 
paid position. Several shifts in assignments and 
schedules were necessary as new staff members were 
recruited Mr. Charles Prior of Amherst was employ- 
ed when Mr. Romeo left but his strength was not 
equal to the task and he had to be replaced by Mrs. 



119 



Florence Cooney. Miss Ethelyn Edwards of Wilton 
became music teacher part-time and Mr. Elgin Burtt 
teacher of Junior High manual training part-time. 
Mrs. Flora Abbiati White returned to teaching and 
the last switch in teachers involves the employment 
of Miss Rita Battistine, a January graduate of the 
University of New Hampshire. Now let us trust that 
the remaining months of the year will pass with a 
minimum of interruption because of teacher 
changes. 

Suggestions 

A special appropriation for interior decorating 
is included in the budget. It is hoped that we may 
continue to improve the interiors with fresh paint 
and varnish. If four to six rooms per year are re- 
finished the financial burden does not seem so great 
as is the case when all the rooms must be done in 
one year. 

Another special, which is included with the 
budget, asks an appropriation for liability insur- 
ance as a financial protection to school officials and 
teachers for accidents that might occur in the build- 
ings, on the grounds, or on the athletic fields. Al- 
though there may not be any liability on the part of 
the school official or teacher, that does not prevent 
someone bringing suit which would require a large 
sum, a sum for which only the individual is re- 
sponsible to pay to defend himself. Pupils, under 
this Comprehensive Policy, would receive relief up 
to $250 for injuries sustained while in school or in 
school activities. The assessment is small when you 
consider the possibilities and benefits to some 35 
school people and 650 children. 

I express my appreciation of the faithful work 
of the teachers, for the considerate attention the 
School Board has given to the work, and for the 
support of the entire citizenry. 



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Very respectfully, 
HAROLD C. BOWLiEY, 

Superintendent of Schools. 



February 12, 1943. 



Some Per Pupil Instruction Costs of High Schools 

1941-1942 

(These figures are the only state figures at hand) 

Amherst $75.28 Jaffrey $ 88.24 

Hollis 99.38 Peterboro 119.14 

Milford 76.31 Wilton 89.70 

Marlboro 81.47 State Average 89.79 



ENROLLMENT TABLE AS OF JANUARY 31. 1943 



Grad 


es 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 T 


'otals 


Miss 


Butler 


26 






, 








Miss 


Pettee 


20 














Miss 


Kieley 




21 












Mrs. 


Robinson 




23 












Miss 


Campbell 






21 










Miss 


Young 






22 










Mrs. 


Hagar 








16 








Miss 


King 








20 








Miss 


Gogan 










27 






Miss McGettigan 










27 






Miss 
Miss 


Clarkin 
Draper 

at Elementary 












23 
24 




Total 


46 


44 


43 


36 


54 


47 


270 


Rural Schools 
















Miss 


Nutting, Laurel 
d Total Elementary 


2 


4 


5 








11 


Gran 


48 


48 


48 


36 


54 


47 


281 


Girls 




21 


23 


22 


15 


26 


22 


129 


Boys 




27 


25 


26 


21 


28 


25 


152 



Total Elementary Enrollment as of January 31, for the last 
five years: 367, 386, 388, 415, 316. 



121 



General Statistics for School Year 1941-1942 

Number of different pupils registered during 

year: Boys 361; Girls 334; Total 695 

Enrollment by grades: 1-54; 11-53; 111-40 ; 
IV-62; V-50; VI-66 ; VII-59 ; VIII-60 ; 
IX-73; X-58; XI-61; XII-59; Total *695 

(*In addition to this number, 21 pupils 
were enrolled in some other New 
Hampshire school, making a total en- 
rollment in Milford of 716 for the year.) 
Number non-resident pupils in high school 60 

Number non-resident pupils in elem. schools 18 

Average membership in high school 

(Grades IX-XII) 235.67 

Per cent of attendance in high school 95.48 

Average membership in Grades VII-VIII 117.05 

Per cent of attendance in Grades VII-VIII 95.78 
Average membership in Grades I- VI 341.10 

Per cent of attendance in Grades I- VI 94.27 

Number not absent nor tardy during year 51 

Aggregate number of tardinesses 

(last year 1421) 917 

Average number of tardinesses per pupil 1.3 

Number of sessions in high school and 

in elementary schools 352 

Number of school board meetings held 12 

Teaching positions: High 17; Elem. 14; Total 31 
Special teacher — Elementary music 1 

Number of visits made by school board members 24 
Number of visits made by superintendent 528 

Number of visits made by citizens 566 



122 



PERFECT ATTENDANCE 

Three Years: Alan Deans, Elizabeth Hilton. 

Two Years: Amelia Ciampa, Joan Comolli, Bar- 
bara Deans, Shirley Mcintosh, Joan Ruonala, Roger 
Sprague. 

School Year 1941-1942 

High School Building: Theresa Blanchette, 
Betty Bowley, Merton Byrd, Alden Center, Alice 
Carleton, Beverly Caswell, Harlon Caswell, Evora 
Comolli, Alan Deans, Verna Fournier, Mary Heald, 
Elizabeth Hilton, Marilyn Joslin, Aubrey Langille, 
Shirley Mcintosh, Arthur Morell, Grace Newbold, 
Madeline Newbold, Robert Rafter, Dorothy Rand, 
Dominic Rocca, Theodore Rocca, Roger Sprague, 
Elaine Wilson, Virginia Wright. 

Grade VI: Claire Calderara, Amelia Ciampa, 
Barbara Deans, George Dutton, James Gillis, Paul 
Hutchinson, Joan Ruonala, Elizabeth Watson. 

Grade V: Bernard Carpentiere, Joan Comolli, 
Dalton Jewett, Richard Morell, Evelyn Plante, Cyn- 
thia Romani, Marion Stitham, Louis Willand. 

Grade IV: Laura Bianchi, Dennis Comolli, Dan- 
iel Fraser, Everett Leach, Bruce Rafter. 

Grade III: Kenneth Barbour, Robert Fraser, 
Margaret Wheeler. 

Grade*II: John Ruonala, James Plante. 



123 
REPORT OF HEADMASTER 



To Mr. Harold C. Bowley, Superintendent of 
Schools, Milf ord, New Hampshire : 

I herewith submit my second annual report as 
Headmaster of Milford High School. 

Enrollment 

The total enrollment through January 31, 1943 
for the school year 1942-43 was 383 as compared 
with 373 last year and 397 the year before. This 
shows a slight increase for the year in our total en- 
rollment. We have had quite a number of pupils 
leave school during the past five months. Many 
have transferred to other schools, some entering 
employment, while still others have joined the 
armed forces of the nation. At the present time we 
have 56 members anticipating graduation in June, 
as compared with 52 last year. The high school en- 
rollment shows a slight increase over last year. The 
January 31, 1943 enrollment is distributed accord- 
ing to age and grade as follows: 

ENROLLMENT AND AGE-GRADE TABLE 

Ages 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total 



11-12 Boys 


5 












5 


Girls 


6 












6 


12-11 Boys 


21 


4 










25 


Girls 


19 


6 










25 


13-14 Boys 


7 


15 


4 








26 


Girls 


4 


18 


9 








31 


14-15 Boys 


3 


6 


30 


3 






42 


Girls 


2 


3 


24 


5 






34 


15-16 Boys 


1 


4 


4 


23 


5 




37 


Girls 






6 


22 


9 




37 


16-17 Boys 


1 




1 


8 


16 


3 


29 


Girls 






1 


4 


18 


7 


30 


17-18 Boys 




1 


1 




2 


17 


21 


Girls 










3 


21 


24 


18-19 Boys 












5 


5 


Girls 








1 




4 


5 



124 



19-20 


Boys 
Girls 












1 


1 


Totals 




69 


57 


80 


66 


53 


58 


383 


Boys 




38 


30 


40 


34 


23 


26 


191 


Girls 




31 


27 


40 


32 


30 


32 


192 



Tuition Pupils 

On January 31, 1943 there were registered for 
the school year 1942-43 a total of 83 tuition pupils 
including six boys from Amherst who come over to 
take one course daily, as compared with 64 last 
year and 65 the year before. They are distributed 
by grades as follows: Grade VII-7 ; Grade VIII-3 ; 
Grade IX-23 ; Grade X-20 ; Grade XI-9 ; Grade 
XII-21. By towns: Amherst 11; Brookline 32; 
Greenville 7 ; Lyndeborough 9 ; and Mont Vernon 
24. The above figures also include three pupils 
whose tuition is paid by the parent and not by the 
town. 

Activities 

Freshmen: The Freshman Class throughout the 
year has presented its annual Hallowe'en party and 
are now making plans for the presentation of its an- 
nual class play this spring. 

Sophomores: The Sophomore Class has held its 
annual Sophomore Hop which comes in the fall and 
during last spring they presented their annual class 
play. During the sophomore year also comes the 
Kaley Prize Speaking contests which were unusu- 
ally well done this past year. 

Juniors: During the past year the Junior Class 
has held its annual play and during the spring term 
presented the play as sophomores. Plans are in the 
making for a bigger and better Junior Prom, the 
social highlight of the year. 

Seniors: Since last January 31 the Senior Class 



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has held a very successful prom in the spring, and 
scored a decided hit with the presentation of the 
annual Senior Play last fall. 

Glee Club Christmas Concert 

On the 18th of December of 1942 the combined 
glee clubs of the Junior and Senior High Schools 
presented the annual Christmas Concert. A number 
of very impressive and appropriate songs were 
rendered in a program enjoyed by the students and 
guests. 

Student Prints 

Again, as in the past, the editorial staff of the 
Student Prints, working under the direction of Miss 
French, has enjoyed a very successful year. Many 
features have been added and the trend of the pa- 
per much in keeping with the times. 

Athletics 

Milford High School is again represented in the 
Monadnock League for athletic participation. Be- 
cause of war conditions a curtailed schedule was 
necessary. However, it was felt that the valuable 
training received in athletic competition, the build- 
ing of character, and good sportsmanship in our 
boys and girls should continue. 

Graduation 

Graduation exercises were held in June in the 
Harold C. Bales Auditorium. A class of 52 was 
graduated and received their diplomas from Super- 
intendent of Schools Harold C. Bowley. 

Conference Period 

Again, this year, as in the past, a period is set 
aside daily during which pupils may obtain help 
from teachers. This comes from 3.30 to 4.00 P. M. 
Each pupil who receives a warning or a failing 
mark is required to stay and receive extra help in 
that subject from the subject teacher. This time 



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furnishes an excellent opportunity for all pupils to 
get valuable guidance and counsel from the mem- 
bers of the teaching force if they would take advan- 
tage of the same. It is a period set aside primarily 
for the pupil to seek help. 

Teachers and Subjects 1942-1943 

Battistine, Rita (1st). History, Physical Fitness. 

Bedell, Robert (2nd). History, Physiography, Eco- 
nomics, General Science. 

Bradley, Florence (1st). Commercial subjects. 

Burtt, Elgin (1st). Mechanic Arts. 

Cooney, Florence (1st). Mathematics, General Sci- 
ence. 

Doucoumes, Margaret (1st). English, Latin. 

Edwards, Ethelyn (1st). Music. 

French, Ruth (16th). English. 

Frost, Marjorie (1st). Geography, History, Junior 
Business. 

Hall, Lindsay (1st). Mechanic Arts. 

Herlihy, Alice (25th). History, Civics, Sociology. 

Langley, Florence (6th). Home Economics. 

Lovell, Ellen (1st). English, French. 

Pomeroy, Ray (4th). Mathematics. 

Snell, Fred (2nd). Physics, Aeronautics, Physical 
Fitness. 

Talbot, Carl (23rd). Electricity, Cabinet Making. 

White, Flora (12th). English, Biology, General 

Science. 

The above list is that of teachers on the staff on 

February 1, 1943. Many of our teachers have been 

lost during the past five months due to being called 

to the service and the loss of one by accepting a po- 
sition in another school. In view of the increasing 

difficulty to obtain teachers we have been extremely 

fortunate to find excellent replacements for those 

lost. 

This report covers the first year of the War. 



127 

During that time the school systems of the country 
have been constantly faced with new and more dif- 
ficult problems. Milford High School has been no 
exception in this respect. We have been forced to 
make numerous changes in our teaching personnel, 
arrange for material which will better fit our boys 
and girls for the building and carrying on of the 
type of world in which we want to live our future. 
In keeping with the trend in other schools courses in 
pre-flight aeronautics have been introduced in order 
that the pupils of today may have a better insight 
into the construction and manipulation of planes. 
This course has been very well taken and pupils are 
gaining valuable information for that air age which 
is expected to come after the termination of the ter- 
rible conflict in which the world finds itself today. 

Various iclubs and war effort activities have 
been arranged in order that the pupils in the Mil- 
ford High School might do their bit toward the win- 
ning of the war. Perhaps the most successful single 
activity has been that of buying war stamps and 
bonds. The pupils have done extremely well and at 
the time of the printing have bought over two thou- 
sand dollars worth of stamps and bonds. Our boys 
and girls participated in the harvesting of the apple 
and other farm crops last fall and were very instru- 
mental in the saving of the Souhegan harvest. More 
than 130 different pupils took part in this endeavor. 

We of Milford High are constantly striving to 
make our institution one which will better serve the 
needs of our boys and girls in fitting them for the 
life which they are to lead once they leave the 
school. During periods of war some are prone to 
forget the importance of the education of our boys 
and girls. It is during this period that the greatest 
stimulus and help is needed in order that we may 
bring through the crisis boys and girls who are in 
a proper frame of mind for the absorption of the 



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ideas and ideaologies which will better make for 
ourselves a lasting country of peace to all and good 
will for all mankind. 

Our tasks of building citizenship and character 
are made all the more important by the times. The 
teachers of Milford are doing their part in striving 
to inculcate in the minds of all pupils those striking 
qualities which will be necessary for good clean liv- 
ing of our future life. However, in order that our 
task be all the more complete it is necessary that 
we have the close cooperation of the home and the 
community in all our endeavors for the Welfare of 
the pupil. That, during the year, has been most 
wholeheartedly given and is very much appreciated 
by the school. 

In closing I wish to express my appreciation to 
the school officials, teachers, parents, and friends 
for that splendid cooperation and hope that this 
spirit may continue during my stay in Milford, and 
through combined efforts we will be able to make 
Milford High School become stronger and stronger 
with the years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRED W. SNELL, 

Headmaster. 

CLASS OF 1942 

Bernasconi, Pierre U. S. Navy 

Bianchi, Richard Parker Farms 

Bizel, Luise Office of Kittredge & Prescott, Milford 
Blanchard, Evelyn Milford Draft Board 

Bourn, Winthrop Army Enlisted Reserve 

Brown," Rita Working in Fitchburg, Mass. 

Byrd, Donald Nashua Gummed & Coated Paper Co. 
Calderara, John French & Heald Co., Milford 

Chartier, Donald Souhegan Mills, Wilton 

Courage, James Hillsboro Mills, Milford 

Crooker, Wesley Working for R. C. Woodman 



129 



Duerschmidt, Doris 
Button, Elizabeth 
Eastman, Elizabeth 
Eastman, Harold 
Farwell, Grover 
Homoleski, Olga 
Hopkins, Alice 
Hunt, June 
Jacques, Leon 
Jenkins, Frances 
Johnson, Susan 
Langille, Myrtle. 
Lemander, Marie 
Locicero, Rosario 
Medlyn, William 
Moore, Emily 
Moran, Katherine 
Newbold, Charles 
Phinney, Leon 
Porter, Delbert 
Pratt, Parker 
Richardson, Harriet 
Rocca, Frederick 
Rocca, Elizabeth 
Rocca, Genevieve 
Rominger, John 
Rossi, Claire 
Sanderson, Pearl 
Santinelli, Mario 
Schultz, Eleanor 
Smith, Dorothy 
Soucy, Florence 
Stimson, Carl 
Stinson, Winston 
Stitham, Wallace 



Working in Nashua 

Johns-Manville Office, Nashua 

N. W. Trans. Co., Wilton 

Souhegan Mills, Wilton 

N. Y. A., Quoddy, Maine 

Married 

At Home 

McClellan's 

St. Anselm's, Manchester 

Elliot Hospital, Keene 

New Hampshire University 

Keene Teachers College 

Peacock Beauty School, Nashua 

N. Y. A., Quoddy, Maine 

Army Air Force 

Becker College, Worcester, Mass. 

Milford Draft Board 

Merchant Marine 

Navy 

Farmers' Exchange, Milford 

Abbott Machine Shop, Wilton 

N. Y. A., Concord, N. H. 

U. S. Navy 

At Home 

Milford Rationing Board 

Northern Montana College 

Grenier Field, Manchester 

Carpet Factory, Milford 

U. S. Navy 

St. Joseph's Hospital, Nashua 

At Home 

Working in Fort Devens 

U. S. Navy 

U. S. Navy 



French & Heald Co., Milford 
Taylor, Roy Working-for Arthur Trow, Mt. Vernon 
Vonlderstine, Ethel Hillsboro Mills, Milford 

Walsh, Daniel Hillsboro Mills 



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Welch, James U. S. Marines 

Wilder, Marion Living in Portsmouth 

Woods, Marion Milford Rationing Board 



REPORT OF SCHOOL NURSE 

Mr. Harold C. Bowley, 
Superintendent of Schools, 
Milford, N. H. 

My dear Mr. Bowley: 

In compliance with your request, I herewith sub- 
mit a report of the school nursing work for the past 
year. 

During the spring and summer we had children 
ill with three communicable diseases, namely, 
measles, chicken pox and whooping cough. Of the 
three the number of cases of measles far outnum- 
bered the cases of whooping cough and chicken pox. 
School attendance suffered badly, but as a result of 
the epidemic the present school population should 
be immunized and the measles incidents should be 
li^ht until we have a new group. 

In the spring a three day Well Child Conference 
and Summer Round-Up was held in cooperation 
with the State Board of Health and the local Health 
Department. A large number of the children enter- 
ing the first grade this fall received physical exam- 
inations and diphtheria immunization from the 
physicians in charge at that time. This is a most 
worth while effort as it gives parents an opportunity 
to have any physical defects found at that time 
corrected before the beginning of school. The im- 
munization is of the utmost importance for it is as 
true with diphtheria as with smallpox, a constant 
program of immunization is the reason we no longer 
have epidemics of these diseases. 

In December Dr. Dearborn completed the ardu- 



131 

ous task of the annual physical examination. This 
requires a good deal of time as an examination takes 
from three to six minutes per child. Notifications 
have been sent to the homes of the findings when 
there were physical defects found, that the parents 
may plan for the corrections. 

Again this year defective teeth lead the list. It 
was most encouraging, however, to note the im- 
provement in the teeth of the older children, most 
especially the high school age group. The greatest 
number of defects were found in grades 3, 4, 5, and 
6, showing that special attention should be given 
this age group. We have learned as a result of the 
present draft examination that we are a nation with 
defective teeth. Education, especially nutritional 
education to prevent defects, and the early correc- 
tion of any that may occur, is essential to our health 
program. May I suggest that this problem needs 
serious thought that a practical solution may be 
found ? 

In closing I wish to express my appreciation to 
everyone who has cooperated so willingly and 
cheerfully in this work, especially the superintend- 
ent and teachers. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Esther e. Mccormick, 

Red Cross Nurse. 



REPORT OF SCHOOL PHYSICIAN 

To the School Board of Milf ord, N. H. : 

Following is my report of the medical inspection 
of children made during the fall of 1942 : 

Total number of children examined 640 

Total number of Dental defects 195 

Total number of Defective Tonsils 54 

Total number of Skin defects, all types 5 

Total number of Orthopedic defects 8 



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Total number of Anemia 1 

Total number of Strabismus 2 

Total number of Hernia 1 

Respectfully submitted, 
HENRY H. DEARBORN, M. D., 

School Physician. 
February 10, 1943. 



RETURN OF SCHOOL CENSUS 
September 1942 

Robert Chartier, Enumerator 

Number of boys enumerated 5 to 16 280 

Number of girls enumerated 5 to 16 251 

Total enumerated 5 to 16 531 

Number 5 to 8 not in school 33 

Number 8 to 14 not in school 4 

Number 14 to 16 not in school 4 
Number 5 to 16 registered in Milford 

schools September 30, 1942 547 
Number over 16 registered in Milford 

schools September 30, 1942 107 
Number 5 to 16 attending school outside 

of Milford 2 
Number 5 to 16 who live in other towns 

attending Milford schools 59 






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Brought From Away and Buried in Town* 



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Place of Death 



Name and Surname 
of the Deceased 



Age 






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Jan. 11, Nashua 

Jan. 20, Goffstown 
Feb. 19. Quincy 
Apr. 13, Hillsboro 
Apr. 18, Boston 
Apr. 22, Nashua 



Apr. 

May 

July 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Nov. 

Nov. 



29, Chelms- 
ford, Mass. 
5, Taunton, 

Mass. 
4, Boston 
1, Haystack 

Mt., Wash. 
17, Goffstown 
29, Nashua 
15, Ports- 
mouth 

14, Kittery, 

Me. 

15, Boston 
30, Goffstown 

10, Columbia, 
Conn. 
12. Jersey 
City, N. J. 



Charles H. Heaps 
Willard H. 

Batchelder, Jr., 
John P. Bruce 
Donald W. Twitchell 
Carolyn Tandy 
Maude Whittier 

Thomas 

Donald A. MacPhee 

Ursula N. Brooks 
William J. Elliott 

Lt. Col. Carl Bowen 
Caesar Marzoli 
Susan Gladys Pecker- 
Mary E. Griffith 

Minnie Belle Carlton 
Harriet Hamblett 
Louis Mortimer Hall 
Guy Gifford 

Stutzman 

Joseph Tabusso 





2 


20 


4 
56 
24 

83 


5 

4 
1 


11 

5 

18 


51 






46 




21 


71 

78 




8 


29 
67 
61 


1 
6 


2 
14 


31 


1 


9 


73 

85 
68 


1 
6 


13 
24 
26 


47 


8 


19 


55 


5 


30 



West Street 

Riverside 
Riverside 
Riverside 
Riverside 

Riverside 

Riverside 

West Street 
West Street 

Riverside 
Riverside 
West Street 

Riverside 

North 

West Street 

West Street 

Riverside 

Riverside 



Of the Deaths in town in 1942, 16 were carried out of town 
for burial: Amherst, 6; Belmont, Mass., 1; Bloomfield, N. J., 1; 
Brookline, 1; Cambridge, Mass., 1; Deering, 1; South Lynde- 
boro, 1; Marlboro, 1; Nashua, 1; Orange, N. J., 1; Wilton, 1. 

Eighteen were brought from away for burial. Some were 
long ago residents. 

Of the 69 Deaths recorded, 5 were between 90 and 100, 13 
between 80 and 90, 19 between 70 and 80, 14 between 60 and 
70, 9 between 50 and 60, 3 between 40 and 50, 2 between 30 and 
40, and 4 under 30. 

Of these deaths 35 were male and 34 female. One or both 
parents of 26 were born in other countries. 

The Vital Statistics of a town are one of its most important 
records, not merely for today but for generations to come. If 
everyone would see to it that the records of their own families 
were fully and correctly filled out on the Marriage, Birth and 
Death certificates when handed in, it might be of great use to 
them or their descendants at some future day, and a great help 
to us in making out the records of today. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing returns are correct ac- 
cording to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DONALD C. BRUCE, Town Clerk. 



INVENTORY 

OF TAXABLE PROPERTY 

FOUND IN 

MILFORD, N. H. 

APRIL 1, 1942 

WITH VALUATION AND 
TAXES ASSESSED 

< 



Name 


Description and Value on 


Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 


A. Broughton 


Homestead 


5200 


5,200.00 


145.60 


Brown, Mrs. Alice H. 


Homestead 


2600 








Bugbee lots 


200 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Brown, Dalton M. 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Brown, Mrs. Edith Est. 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Brown, Elgene R. 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Brown, Herbert 


Lot Gilson Hill (exempt) 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Brown, Karl W. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Brown, Philip 


Homestead 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Brown, Mary E. 


Fitzgerald house 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Bruce, Mrs. Blanche A. 


Homestead 


5800 








Parker property 


3900 


9,700.00 


271.60 


Bruce, Mrs. May H. 


Homestead 


4500 


4,500.00 


126.00 


Brunelle, Wm. J. 


Wark house $1500 (exempt 










$1000) 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Buckley, Mrs. Patrick 


House Border St. 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Burnett, Miss Agnes 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Burnham, Mrs. Harri- 










et S. Est. 


Homestead 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Burns, Daisy M. and 


Homestead 


3100 






Gladys A. 


Lot Park and Union Sts. 


200 








Barn and land 


400 


3,700.00 


103.60 


Burns, Miriam E. 


Homestead 

Lot from Kendall 


5700 
200 








Frank Kendall house 


3500 


9,400.00 


263.20 


Burns, Mrs. Helen J. 


Homestead 


3400 


3,400.00 


95.20 


Burns, Luther M. Est. 


House Union St. 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Burtt, Edith F. 


Howison house 


3500 








Homestead 


3200 


6,700.00 


187.60 


Burtt, Elgin F. and 


House 


3700 






Edith F. 


Part home farm 35a 
Sprout land 5a 
2 cows 
Stock in trade 


400 

25 

150 

1350 








Machinery 


150 


5,775.00 


161.70 


Buxton, John 


House 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Buxton, Harry O. and 










Annie D. 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Byam, Miss Susie 


Homestead and barn 


1350 


1,350.00 


37.80 


Byam, Warren S. 


1 horse 


25 








Machinery 


100 


125.00 


3.50 


Caccivio, Mrs. Luigia 










Est. 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Calderara, Angeline 


Vz homestead 


950 


950.00 


26.60 


Calderara, Arthur E. 


Homestead and store 


3700 








Stock in trade 


700 


4,400.00 


123.20 


Calderara, Louis Est. 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Calderara, Heirs of 










Romeo 


Vz homestead . 


950 


950.00 


26.60 


Caldwell, Albert H. 


3 Lewis lots 


75 








1/3 McLane lots 


100 


175.00 


4.90 


Caldwell, Mrs. Eliza'th 


Homestead 


7000 


7,000.00 


196.00 


Calvetti, Joseph 


Homestead 


2100 








Grimes lot 


100 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Calvetti, Mrs. Maria 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Came, Guy C. 


Milford Poor Farm 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Came, Harriette C. 


Homestead 

Robbins land 

Marvell and Wadleigh land 

Broome lot 


5300 
500 
300 
300 







Name 



Campbell, Robert F. 

and Mary B. 
Campbell, Robert F. 
Canney, Herbert S. 

and Lillian B. 
Canniff & Sons, Inc. 

W. C. 
Carboni, Dominick 
Carleton, Oliver 

Carle ton, Mrs. Oliver 
Carnes, Arthur L. and 

Helen S. 
Carpenter, Mrs. Jennie 

Carpentieri, Archie 
Carpentieri, Mary 



Casey, James A. 
Casey, Jerry J. 

Casey, John J. 

Cassarino, Joseph 
Cassidy Bros. Co. 
Cassidy, Catharine T. 
Cassidy, Mrs. Cather- 
ine M. Est. 

Cassidy, Edward P. 



Cassidy, James P. 



Cassidy, Mrs. Mary E. 
Cassidy, James P. Jr. 
Cassidy, Thos. H. Est. 

Catineau, Levi and 

Glennie 
Caulfield, Dennis Est. 
Caulfield, James A. 
Caulfield, Mary A. 
Chandler, Douglass 
Chartier, Geo. C. and 

Vileta N. 
Chase, Warren H. 



Ciaccia, Domenica 

Olivo 
Ciampa, Orazio 



Description and Value on Real 


L Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Crown Hill Quarry 


900 


7,300.00 


204.40 


Homestead 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


2 cows 


160 


160.00 


4.48 


House Summer St. 


6100 






Stock in trade 


1446 


7,546.00 


211.29 


B. and M. land from Comolli 


1000 






Stock in trade 


1000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Holland Block 


6000 


6,000.00 


168.00 


Ice houses 


4000 






Stock in trade 


2500 


6,500.00 


182.00 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Smith house 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Homestead 


3300 






Pierce lot 


50 


3,350.00 


93.80 


Tenement house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Homestead 


2200 






Garage 


300 






Burns mill property 


300 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00' 


House Oak St. 


1400 






2 lots 


200 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Homestead 


4200 






125 fowls 


75 


4,275.00 


119.70 


Stock in trade 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


2/3 McLane lots 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


House North St. 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Homestead 


2900 






House Marshall St. 


1600 






House lot 


100 


4,600.00 


128.80 


Homestead 


3800 






Sprout land No. 7 19a 


50 






Berry land 60a 


200 






Land from Coulter 100a 


200 






Stock in trade 


200 


4,450.00 


124.60 


Homestead 


3300 






Butler land (part No. 1208) 30a 


150 






Butler land (part No. 1274) 20a 


100 


3,550.00 


99.40 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Holbrook house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


House and lot 


1900 






Lewis lot No. 5 


80 


1,980.00 


55.44 


Land Prospect St. No. 1080 iy 2 a 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Homestead 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Dutton house 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Mowry house $2300 (exempt 








$1000) 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Homestead and garage 


4800 






Kendall house 


5000 






Gas pump 


30 






Stock in trade 


3000 






Machinery 


700 


13,530.00 


378.84 


Cascadnac house 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Homestead 


600 






Quarry 


100 


700.00 


19.60 



Name 

Ciardelli, Mario R. 
Clapp, Richard H. 
Clark, Mrs. Annie T. 
Clark, Fred W. and 

Ruth E. 
Clarkin, Peter 

Clarkin, Peter F. 

Clay, Charles 

Coburn, Blanche L. 
Coburn, Roscoe 

Coburn, S. Carroll 



Coffin, Charles 
Coffin, Everett C. 

Coffin, Hester E. 
Coggin, Geo. W. and 

Nellie A. 
Colburn, Althea S. T. 

Colby, Chas. H. 
Coleman Pharmacy 
Colonial Beacon Oil 

Co., Inc. 
Comolli, Frank E. 
Comolli, Arthur E. 

and Margaret H. 
Comolli, Mrs. Ruth M, 
Comolli, Martin 

Coney, Everett 
Conley, Miss Margaret 
Consigli, Louis M. 

and Mary 
Conti, Edward 

Conti, Mrs. Luigia Est. 



Cooley, Fred E. 
County Stores, Inc. 



Courage, Mrs. Alice Q 
Courage, David M. 

and Phyllis M. 
Crisafulli, Antonio 
Crisafulli, Mary 
Crisafulli, Salvatore 
Crooker, Howard 
Crosby, Harriett F. 



Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


Ms Lydia Hutchinson house 


1500 


1,500.00 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


Bicchieri house 


1200 


1,200.00 


Homestead 


1600 




House lot 


50 


1,650.00 


Ford place $7000 (exempt 






$1000) 


6000 


6,000.00 


Homestead 


2000 




Smith land 


500 


2,500.00 


Homestead 


5300 


5,300.00 


Stock in trade 


1000 




Machinery 


500 


1,500.00 


Homestead and garage 


8000 




Gainey house 


1300 




Lewis lots 


160 




1 cow 


85 




1 neat stock 


60 


9,605.00 


House lot (exempt) 


100 




Homestead 


2400 




House lot 


100 


2,500.00 


Hodlin house 


1200 


1,200.00 


Kimball and Jewett house 


4000 


4,000.00 


Homestead 


3300 




Tarbell land 


100 


3,400.00 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


Stock in trade 


6500 


6,500.00 


Station 


4500 




Gas pumps 


320 


4,820.00 


Homestead 


3700 


3,700.00 


Silveri house 


3500 


3,500.00 


Homestead $1900 (exempt $1000) 900 


900.00 


Shed 


300 




Machinery 


500 


800.00 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


Homestead 


1700 




Fay land 


150 


1,850.00 


Cutts land 


itio 




Land on R. R. 


100 


200.00 


Homestead and garage 


3800 




Cottage 


2000 




Lot 


150 




Malmberg house 


1500 


7,450.00 


Homestead 


5200 




Lot Summer St. 


200 


5,400.00 


y 2 block 


4600 




Land and bldg. Putnam St. 


1500 




Stock in trade 


Ll,700 


17,800.00 


Quimby house 


3100 


3,100.00 


Clark house 


1500 


1,500.00 


Homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


John Devani house 


3500 


3,500.00 


Stock in trade 


1000 


1,000.00 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


Homestead 


3100 





Name 



Description and Value on Real 
tate and Personal Property 



Es- 



Total 
Valuation 



Am'nt 
Taxes 



Crosby, Wm. E. 
Curtis, Charlotte C. 



Custos Morum Lodge, 
I. O. O. F., No. 42 



Cutts, Charles A. 
Cutts, Elber R. Est. 



D'Amato, Gaetano 
and Guisippina 

D'Angelillo, Virginia 

Daniels Service 
Station 

Daniels, Harris 

Daniels, Mrs. Dorothy 
Daniels, Mrs. Emma 
Daniels, David L. Est. 
Danner, Bertha H. 
Darling, Hiram G. 

Davis, Clarence 
Day, James 

Deans, David & Helen 
Dearborn, Dr. H. H. 

DeMontigny, Mrs. 
Roslida 

Deschamps, John 

DesLauriers, Jessie 
DesTroismaisons, Lena 

and Henry 
DeVittori, Josephine 
Dillon, Harold 
Dillon, Mrs. Mary R. 
Dirubbo, Guiseppi 
Dixon, James F. I. 
Dodge, James W. 
Donahue, John E. 
Doolittle, Maude A. 
Doyle, James 
Drago, Annie M. (Mrs.) 
Draper Chevrolet Co. 

Draper Fuel Co. 
Duerschmidt, Otto and 

Mary 
Duncklee, Elmer R. 
Dunklee, Mrs. Mildred 



Land from Sunderwall 100 

V2 homestead 1500 

Homestead 3200 

House Marshall St. 1400 

Mill Pond lot 100 

Craigin lot 100 

Hall house 3300 

Lot 150 

Kendall lot 50 

Eagle Hall 9000 

Homestead 2800 

Hall land 500 

Homestead 4500 

Needham land 500 

Wetherbee land 700 

Homestead 3200 

Homestead 900 

Elm St. Filling Station 1600 

Stock in trade 300 

Machinery 650 

Garage and land 1400 

Gas and pumps 640 

Homestead 5600 

Homestead 3900 

Homestead 3100 

Hall place 2500 

Homestead 4400 
House Oak and Lincoln Sts. 4600 

E. S Heald house 4000 

Garage 100 

Land Mont Vernon road 25 

Homestead 2500 

Homestead 3400 

North Street lot 400 

Homestead 5200 

House 15 Elm St. 2000 

House 17 Elm St. 2000 

Homestead 900 

Shop 400 

Homestead 3700 

Blood cottage 700 

Homestead 2400 

Homestead 3000 

Homestead 2400 

Homestead 1300 

Bourke house 3100 

Homestead 2400 

Homestead 7a 2600 

Theodore Bourn house 3300 
Land Merrimack Road No. 447 75 

Homestead 3400 

Hutchinson garage 2500 

Stock in trade 500 

Stock in trade 1500 

Harris house 2600 

Homestead 3300 
Homestead $3400 (exempt 



3,200.00 
1,500.00 



4,800.00 



89.60 
42.00 



134.40 



12,500.00 350.00 
2,800.00 78.40 



6,200.00 

3,200.00 
900.00 



2,550.00 

2,040.00 
5,600.00 
3,900.00 
3,100.00 
2,500.00 

9,000.00 
4,000.00 

125.00 
2,500.00 

3,800.00 



9,200.00 

1,300.00 
3,700.00 

700.00 
2,400.00 
3,000.00 
2,400.00 
1,300.00 
3,100.00 
2,400.00 
2,600.00 
3,300.00 
75.00 
3,400.00 

3,000.00 
1,500.00 

2,600.00 
3,300.00| 



173.60 

89.60 
25.20 



71.40 

57.12 

156.80 

109.20 

86.80 

70.00 

252.00 
112.00 

3.50 
70.00 

106.40 



257.60 

36.40 
103.60 

19.60 
67.20 
84.00 
67.20 
36.40 
86.80 
67.20 
72.80 
92.40 
2.10 
95.20 

84.00 
42.00 

72.80 
92.40 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation | Taxes 




$1000) 


2400 


- 






1 horse 


75 








2 cows 


150 


2,625.00 


73.50 


Duncklee, Mrs. Sarah 










E. Est. 


House from Lyman 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Dunn, Arthur E. 


Factory Clinton St. 


6000 








Carleton bldg. Clinton St. 


900 


6,900.00 


193.20 


Duprat, Victor and 










Ronaulda 


Lehtinen house 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Durand, George J. 










and Dora M. 


Palm house 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Dutton, Andrew E. Est. 


Homestead $2100 (exempt 
$1000) 


1100 








House lot 


200 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Dutton, Arthur F. 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Dutton, John and 










Frances 


Homestead 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Dutton, William F. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Duval, Walter and 










Mrs. Walter 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Dyer, Florence S. 


Moore house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Dyer, R. A. 


Stock in trade 


3119 


3,119.00 


87.33 


Eastern Grain Co. 


Came coal shed, land 
Stable and coal shed 


1800 
1200 








Stoc£ in trade 


6575 


9,575.00 


268.10 


East Milford Improve- 










ment Society 


Hall 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Economy Supply Co. 


Stock in trade 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Elliott, Andrew C. 


Homestead 


5300 








1 house lot 


300 


5,600.00 


156.80 


Elliott, Andrew C. Jr. 


Roberts garage and land 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Elliott, Luella 


Smjth house 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Ellison, Mrs. Daisy 


Homestead $2600 (exempt 










$1000) 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Elm St. Garage 


Stock in trade 


660 


660.00 


18.48 


Emery, George W. and 










Annie J. 


Courage house 


4800 


4,800.00 


134.40 


Emerson, Charles S. 


Homestead 
Block 

Abbott farm 
Gilson land 


6000 

14200 

2000 

25 








Stock in trade 


7000 


29,225.00 


818.30 


Epps, Miss Emma J. 


Stock in trade 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Epps, Minnie G. Est. 


Homestead and garage 
Carter house 
House and lot Elm St. 
Richards house 
Blacksmith shop 


6800 
3700 
2500 
2000 
5000 








Farwell lot 


150 


20,150.00 


564.20 


Esso Service Station 


Stock in trade 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Ethridge, Mrs. Elsie 


House Black road 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Eustis, Jean L. 


Peterson house 


1250 


1,250.00 


35.00 


Fairbanks, Herbert N. 


Ames house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Falcetti, Margherita 


Homestead 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Falcione, Margaret 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Falconer, Alex 


House lot Dean Moore hill 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Falconer, Mrs. Annie 


Homestead 


3900 


3,900.00 


109.20 


Falconer, Geo. W. 


Homestead 14a 
Sprout land 6a 
2 cows 


4200 

75 

160 







Name 


Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total | Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 




565 fowls 


515 


4,950.00 


138.60 


Falconer, John I. 


Classified Searles land 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Falconer, William 


Stock in trade 


100 








Shed 


150 


250.00 


7.00 


Falsani, Caesar 


Stock in trade 


700 








Machinery 


200 


900.00 


25.20 


Farwell, Amelia L. 


Lot Gilson hill 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Farwell, Heirs of 


Homestead 


1800 






Fred A. 


Lot Prospect St. 


200 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Farwell, Wm. H. 


Homestead and garage 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Faustini, John Jr. 


House Prospect St. 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Felli, Charles 


Homestead 


1700 








House Smith St. 


1400 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Fiori, John Est. 


Garrity house 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


First National Stores 


Stock in trade 


4360 


4,360.00 


122.08 


Fisher, Mrs. Marion F. 


Asker store 


1700 








Stock in trade 


900 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Fisk, Owen 


Parker house 
Barn and lot 
Hannah M. Fisk house 
Lot Ford and King Sts. 
Lot George St. 


3900 
400 

3500 
300 
300 








Sprout land in No. 5 3a 


100 


8,500.00 


238.00 


Fisk, Owen P. and 










Esther E. 


Ware house 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Fisk, Wellie O. 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Fiske, Dr. Henry M. 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Fitch, Guy 


Homestead $2900 (exempt 










$1000) 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Fitzgerald, Edward 










and Frances 


Ada Crowell house 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Fitzgerald, Margaret 










M. and Thomas J. 


Fitts place 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Flanagan, Elizabeth T. 


Block 


5300 








Homestead (27 Summer St.) 


4000 


9,300.00 


260.40 


Flanagan, John E. 


4 lots Adams St. 
House 23 Summer St. 


200 
5000 








House Adams St. 


1800 


7,000.00 


196.00 


Flanagan, John W. Est. 


Land Souhegan St. 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Flanagan, Leo 


Homestead and garage 
House Souhegan St. 
Land Dr. H. S. Lawrence and 
others 


3700 
3000 

300 


i 






Machinery 


100 


7,100.00 


198.80 


Fletcher, Olga G. 


Pillsbury house 


3700 


3,700.00 


103.60 


Flye, Prudence M., 










Althea F. Williams 










& Norman C. Hussey 


Pond house 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Fogliani, Joseph 


Homestead 


3300 


3,300.00 


92.40 


Fontana, Mrs. Mary 


Homestead and garage 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Foote, Mrs. Mildred 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Ford, Mrs. Mary Est. 


Merrill lot in No. 4 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Foster, Geo. R. 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Foster, Helen A. Est. 


Platts house 


5200 


5,200.00 


145.60 


French & Heald Co. 


Stock in trade 


89,574 








Mills and machinery 


84,000 


173,574.00|4860.07 


French, Ruth D. 


Homestead 


5800 


5,800.00| 162.40 


French, Will F. 


Homestead 


4600 


1 




House Elm St. 


3400 


8,000.00! 224.00 


Frost, Edw. J. 


IColburn pasture 38a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Frost, Mrs. Josephine 


Homestead 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Frye, Eva B. 


Homestead 


3200 


, 






Hall land 


40 


3,240.00 


90.72 


Gagnon, Ernest 


Homestead 3100 (exempt 1000) 


2100 








Foster lot 


200 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Gainey and Daniels 


Depot garage 10,000 


10,000.00 


280.00 


Gainey, Daniel F. 


Homestead 


3900 


3,900.00 


109.20 


Gainey, Ellen Est. 


Homestead 


1100 


1,100.00 


30.80 


Gainey, Marshall 


Homestead $4300 (exempt 1000) 


3300 








Lots 1-2-19-20 


100 


3,400.00 


95.20 


Gallagher, Isabelle F. 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Gangloff, Wm. J. 


Homestead 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Gangloff, Dana W. and 










Enid C. 


H. Joslin house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Garabedian, Frances J. 


Homestead 


7500 








Lewis lots 


250 


7,700.00 


215.60 


Garrity, Thos. P. Est. 


Perkins house Amherst St. 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Garrity, Margaret 


House 16 Maple St. 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


Gatto, Mrs. Antonio 


Pitman house $3700 (exempt 










1000) 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Gatto, Rosie 


Homestead 


3500 








Cottage house rear 


700 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Gatto, Joe 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Gault, Mrs. Minnie E. 


Homestead 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Gault, H. C. Est. 


Stock in trade 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


General Mills, Inc. 


Stock in trade 


4938 


4,938.00 


138.26 


Germino, Theresa Cal- 










vetti 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Gervais, Frank 


Homestead 
Reilly land 
Hutchinson land 
Merrill land 


4000 
25 
75 
50 








1 horse 


110 


4,260.00 


119.28 


Gibbons, Alma Mary 


Colletta house 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Gibbons, John J. Jr. 










and Louise 


Wolfe house 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Gibbs, Kenneth 


Homestead 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Gile, Howard L. and 










Gladys A. 


Turner house 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Gilson, Helen E. 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Gilson, John L. Est. 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Glynn, Ethel J. 


Homestead 


3500 








Pollard house 


3000 


6,500.00 


182.00 


Gogan, Jeremiah Est. 


Homestead 


1700 








4 Walker lots 


200 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Goldman, Mrs. Anna 


Homestead 


7200 








Lots on Summer St. 


750 


7,950.00 


222.60 


Goldsmith, Calvin B. 


Homestead $2700 (exempt 1000) 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Goodridge, Rowena 


Hollohan place $1600 (exempt 










1000) 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Gordon, Archie Est. 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Grafton, Frank 


2 houses, 7-9 Oak St. 


2400 








Sprout Land No. 4 9a 


25 


. 2,425.00 


67.90 


Granata, Rosario 


Homestead $2800 (exempt 1000) 


1800 








2 Walker lots 


200 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Granite Grange No. 7 


Hall 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Grasso, Angelo and 










Vincenzia 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Great Atlantic and 










Pacific Tea Co. 


Stock in trade 


4752 


4,752.00 


133.06 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Grella, Pasqualia 


Homestead 
frenhouse 


1000 
200 








Melendy land 


200 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Griffith, Agnes 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Griffiths, John and 


Homestead 


5200 






Deloraine 


Burns lot 


100 


5,300.00 


148.40 


Guild, Carleton 


Guild house 
Summer St. house 


3800 
1800 








Ames land 


100 


5,700.00 


159.60 


Gulf Oil Corp. 


Gas pumps 


520 


520.00 


14.56 


Hackett, Pauline 


Bakery building 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Hadley, Marion L. 


H. Sherman house 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Hagar, Mrs. Alberta 


Homestead 


3100 








Needham land, henhouse 


400 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Hall, Judson N. 


Farm 166a 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Hall, Mrs. Judson N. 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Hames, George E. and 










Margaret E. 


Tarbell house 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Hammond, Edwin F. 


Homestead and garage 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Handley, D. O. Est. 


Aveni house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Hanlon, Winston F. 










and Marion R. 


Emerson house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Hanson, Maurice 


1 cow 


55 


55.00 


1.54 


Hardy, Mrs. Maude E. 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Hardy, A. Henry 


Snow house 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Harley, Webster F. 


Ryan house 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Harriman, H. D. Est. 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Hartshorn, Lizzie H. 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Haseltine & Caldwell 


Hutchinson land 22a 


125 








Bartlett land 17a 


35 


160.00 


4.48 


Haseltine, Charles F. 


House 12 North St. 
House 14 North St. 
Lovejoy land in No. 5 5a 


1800 

1800 

25 








Harold Fitch farm 


4500 


8,125.00 


227.50 


Haseltine, Estella M. 


Homestead 


7500 


7,500.00 


210.00 


Haseltine, O. Grace 


Russell land 4a 


125 


125.00 


3.50 


Hasu, Otto 


House from Mrs. Fay 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Hatch, George D. 


Homestead 


4100 


4,100.00 


114.80 


Hayward, Charles A. 


Smith barn and land 
Smith land ' 


2000 
2500 








Smith pasture 


500 








Downing farm 


4250 








2 horses 


250 








44 cows 


3180 








1 neat stock 


70 


12,750.00 


357.00 


Hayward, Clara L. 


Ed. Taylor farm 40a 
Sawtelle classified land 30a 


5400 
200 








W. Hayward house 


2400 


8,000.00 


224.00 


Hayward, Stanley 


Smith farm 6a 
Ice cream stand 


5000 
2000 








Machinery 


5000 


12,000.00 


336.00 


Heald, Herman & Mary 


Homestead $4500 (exempt 1000) 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Hiltz, Lester F. and 










Barbara L. 


Handley house 


5300 


5,300.00 


148.40 


Hinds, Dr. W. H. W. 










Est. 


Homestead 


4800 


4,800.00 


134.40 


Hodgman, Cora B. 


House $4000 (exempt 1000) 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Hodgman, John Q. Est. 


Hamblett land 3% a 


25 


25.00 


.70 


Hodgman, Mrs. John 










Q. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 



Name 


■ 
Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Hokinson, Gust Est. 


Homestead 




2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Holbrook, Walter D. 


Kendall house 




2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Holbrook, Walter D. 












and Nellie B. 


Homestead 




4550 


4,550.00 


127.40 


Holland, Margaret 


Frank Holland farm 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Holt, Etta C. and 












Harland H. 


Homestead 




4300 


4,300.00 


120.40 


Holt, C. Wendell 


Homestead 

House 63 Union St 




3300 
3100 








2 goats 




16 


6,416.00 


179.65 


Holt, Fred A. Est. 


House lot Elm St. 




500 


500.00 


14.00 


Home Owners' Loan 


Bertha E. Home 


Est. 


3200 






Corp. 


Fisher house 
Bishop house 




3600 
2500 








2 Walker lots 




200 


9,500.00 


266.00 


Hough, Frank L. 


Homestead 
Land 




3400 
700 








Stock in trade 




3500 


7,600.00 


212.80 


Hough & Thompson 


Foster block 


11 








Building Smith lot 




100 


11,400.00 


319.20 


Howard, Wells A. 


Bowler house and 


garage 


3600 


3,600.00 


100.80 


Howe, Mrs. Janet 


Parker house and garage 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Howison, Margaret 


Homestead 




6700 


6,700.00 


187.60 


Howison, Margaret H. 


Hood lot No. 4 8a 


50 






and J. J. 


Farley land No. 7 
Burtt land 20a 


46a 


150 
250 








Mills land 5a 




25 


475.00 


13.30 


Howison, James J. 


Homestead 5a 
Johnson wood lot 
Burns land 90a 




6000 

35 

400 


1 
1 




Holt land West St. 




150 


6,585.001 184.38 


Hutchinson, Bernard 


Homestead $2700 (exempt 1000) 


1700 


1,700.00| 47.60 


Hutchinson, Edward E. 








| 


and Bertha 


Homestead 




1500 


1,500.00| 42.00 


Hutchinson, Edith B. 


Homestead and garage 


3900 


3,900.00j 109.20 


Hutchinson, Fred A. 


Homestead 6a 




3300 


3,300.00 


92.40 


Hutchinson, Fred A. 












Jr. 


Homestead $3900 (ex 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Hutchinson, Fred N. 


Homestead 
Lash farm 
Blanchard farm 
1 horse 
5 cows 




5000 
800 

4000 
150 
375 




. • 




110 fowls 




60 


10,385.00| 290.78 


Hutchinson, Mrs. 








1 


Fred N. 


House 




2900 


2,900.00| 81.20 


Hutchinson, Harold C. 








| 


and Grace E. 


Riddle house 




3100 


3,100.00! 86.80 


Hutchinson, Leo F. 


500 fowls 




450 


450.001 12.60 


Hutchinson, Leon A. 


Lot Willow St. 




200 


200.00| 5.60 


Hutchinson, Mrs. Leon 


Hattie Hutchinson 


property 


2600 


2,600.00| 72.80 


Hutchinson, Paul N. 


Seyes house 




3200 


3,200.00| 89.60 


Hutchinson, Herbert L. 


V2 Dr. Hutchinson 
V2 lot and garage 


house 


2000 
500 


1 




V2 land in No. 7 




40 


2,540.001 71.12 


Hutchinson, Rollo W. 


V2 Dr. Hutchinson 
% lot and garage 


house 


2000 
500 


1 




% land in No. 7 




40 


2,540.001 71.12 


Iannicelli, Thomas and 










Nancy 


Homestead 




1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


L Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


r 


Valuation 


Taxes 


Infante, Mrs. Mary 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Jacques, Leon J. 


% Engine house $2100 (exempt 










1000) 


1100 


1,100.00 


30.80 


Jacques, Vera E. 


Anthony house 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Jacques, Wm. J. Est. 


Stock in trade 


1000 








Machinery 


200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Jacques, Mrs. Emma 


V± Engine house 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


Jenney Mfg. Co. 


3 gas pumps 


480 


480.00 


13.44 


Jennison, Nellie D. 


Homestead 


5700 


5,700.00 


159.60 


Jennison, Willard A. 










and Naomi 


Homestead 


5500 


5,500.00 


154.00 


Jewett, Agnes C. 


Converse house 


3200 








150 fowls 


100 


3,300.00 


92.40 


Jewett, George F. 


Homestead 


4300 








Lot Forrest St. 


55 


4,355.00 


121.94 


Jewett, Maurice G. 


Powers homestead 
Goodwin land 
Howe farm 
Peabody sprout land 
Worcester lot 


5300 

50 

400 

200 

50 








% lot from Junkins 


50 


6,050.00 


169.40 


Jewett, Maurice G. & 










Hayden, Lawrence W. 


Philbrick land 90a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Jewett, Willis E. 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Johnson, Andrew Est. 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Johnson, Chas. F. 


House 97-99 Nashua St. 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Johnson, James W. 










and Eva F. 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Jones, Mrs. Cora 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Junkins, Leon L. 


Homestead 


3500 








4 lots 


300 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Karnis, Senja E 


Homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Keast, Benjamin Est. 


Homestead 


2700 








House lot Oak St. 


200 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Keast, Elizabeth Est. 


Felch house 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Keeley, Joseph 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Keith, William S. 


Homestead 

Cottage 

Factory 


4000 

1900 

500 








Foster land and barn 


800 


7,200.00 


201.60 


Kendall, Lee S. and 










Sara W. 


Homestead 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Kibble, Chester 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Kidder, Mrs. Alice 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Kidder, Leland C. and 










Anna C. 


2 lots from Flanagan 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Kimball, Armina C. 


McKean house 


3300 


3,300.00 


92.40 


Kimball, Frederick S. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Kirby, John J. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Kittredge, Addie L. 


House 9 Orange St. 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Kittredge, E. L. Est. 


Homestead 


8800 


8,800.00 


246.40 


Kittredge, Phillip 


Homestead 


4300 


4,300.00 


120.40 


Klotter, Edward E. 










and Charles 


Chickering place 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Knight, Christel W. 


Tenement house 14 Elm St. 
Homestead 14 V2 Elm St. 


3900 
2300 








Former homestead 


5200 


11,400.00| 319.2( 


Knight, Sarah G. 


Homestead 


4500 


4,500.00 


126.00 


Kokko, Matti 


Homestead 
Rideout land 


3000 
700 







Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 




4 lot King St. from Fisk 


240 








2 cows 


130 


4,070.00 


113.96 


Kolehmainen, John 


Harris lot 


75 


75.00 


2.10 


Kolehmainen, John 










and Silja 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Kolehmainen, Julius 


Homestead 
Baker lot 


1800 
250 








5 cows 


400 


2,450.00 


68.60 


Kregos, Louis 


Stock in trade 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Lafayette Oil Co. 


1 elec. pump, 1 com. pump 


275 


275.00 


7.70 


Lang, Frank T. 


Queen Quarry 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Langdell, George C. 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


LaPointe, Lucy O. 


Homestead 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Larson, Lars G. Est. 


Homestead and garage 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Larson, Peter 


Homestead 


3200 








11 Lewis lots 


400 


3,600.00 


100.80 


D. Latchis, Inc. 


Old theatre 


2000 








New theatre 38,000 


40,000.00 


1120.00 


Laurila, Matt 


Homestead 20a 
Merrill land 
Adams land 
2 horses 
24 cows 


5000 
600 
800 
275 

1680 








Z neat stock 


180 


8,535.00 


238.98 


Lavoie, Mathias and 


Grimes house 


3700 






Eleise 


Bills house 


3000 








Gas station 


300 


7,000.00 


196.00 


Laws, Miss Helen 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Leach, Ralph A. 


Malberg farm 


1500 








1 cow 


35 


1,535.00 


42.98 


Leonard, Wm. J. and 










Susan 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Lever, A. H., and 










Rothenberg, J. 


Texaco land 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Locicero, Louis 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Lorden, Dennis 


Capron farm 
Meadow-View land 
P. Luzzi land 
Dexter land 
1 horse 
Stock in trade 


3000 

10 

125 

300 

75 

6000 








Machinery 


3000 


12,510.00| 


350.28 


Lorden, John J. 


Homestead 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Loring, Frank O. Est. 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Loring, M. Roselle 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Lovejoy, Mrs. Delia 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Lovejoy, Henry F. 


House 20 South St. • 


3800 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Lovejoy, Samuel A. 


Homestead 67a 


7200 








Cottage 

Kaley land 7a 
2 horses 


2000 
100 
350 








14 cows 


1300 


10,950.00 


306.60 


Lovejoy Granite Co. 


Andrews quarry, Burns land 33a 
McCourty land 8a, Howison 
land 10a 


> 
2500 






Lull Property, Trus- 


V2 house Nashua St. 


3400 


2,500.00 


70.00 


tees of 


Bruce house 
Armstrong house - 


2700 
2700 








Garage 


200 


9,000.00 


252.00 



Name 



Description and Value on Real Es- 
tate and Personal Property 



Total | Am'nt 
Valuation I Taxes 



Luongo, Frank Est. 

Luongo, Regina B. 

and Frank J. 
Luzzi, Venerande and 

Peter 

Lynch, Kenneth E., 
Harriet C, Muriel 
E. and Robert G. 

Macchi, Josephine 

MacCrillis, Sara B. 

Mackenzie, Richard W 

MacLean, Anna M. 

Maffi, Frederick 

Mahoney, Bridget A. 

Mahoney, Daniel J. 
and Bridget 

Maki, Helen M, and 
Gertrude E. 

Maki, Victor 

Manchester Buick Co. 

Manning, Eugene H. 

Mannino, Santo and 
Sebastiano 

Marchesi, Theresa 

Marcucci, Louisa 

Marshall, Geo. and 

Isabella Carrie 
Marshall, Leslie G. 



Marshall, Margaret & 
Murphy, Andrew J. 

Marshall, Walter and 
Margaret E. 

Martell, Mrs. Zelia 

Martin, Everett & Eliza 

Martin, John R. 

Martin, Mrs. Frances 
Marzoli, Alice L. 
Marzoli, Cesare 
Matson, Chas. Est. 

and Liisa 
Matson, Waino 
Matthews, Gertrude 

McAfee, Samuel E. 

and Lillian E. 
McCormick, Abraham 
McCormack, Susan M. 
McEntee, John J. 



McFadden, Patrick Est. 
McGaffey, Bessie A. 



Homestead 2000 

2 Walker lots 300 

Twombly house 3900 

Homestead 1600 

House Oak St. 1700 

House Lincoln St. 1000 



Dutton house 2700 

Homestead 1900 

Homestead 3500 

O. G. Mackenzie house 2000 

% A. Phippard house 1250 

Homestead 1400 

Downes house 3100 

Homestead 3200 

Homestead 1900 

Kaley land 75 

Garage 15,000 

Homestead 2400 

Homestead 3600 

Homestead 1800 

Homestead 2600 

Garage 1500 

Herbert Bowler house 1800 

Homestead 3800 

House lot 300 

Lunch cart 2000 
Sabin house - 3000 

Stock in trade 250 

House Knight St. 1600 

Homestead 2500 

Homestead 2200 

Homestead 2600 

Homestead 3400 

Stock in trade 8800 

Barber block 9500 

Homestead 2600 

Homestead 1600 

Homestead 1000 
Homestead and bottling house 3500 

Hannaford place 2900 

Robinson lot • 300 

Johnson house, barn and lot 4000 

Homestead 700 

Homestead 3a 1500 

Butler house 4000 

1 cow 80 

1 neat stock 70 

Homestead 2200 

Homestead 2700 



2,300.00 
3,900.00 

4,300.00 



2,700.00 
1,900.00 
3,500.00 
2,000.00 
1,250.00 
1,400.00 
3,100.00 

3,200.00 

1,900.00 

75.00 

15,000.00 

2,400.00 

3,600.00 
1,800.00 

4,100.00 

1,800.00 



9,350.00 

1,600.00 

2,500.00 
2,200.00 
2,600.00 

12,200.00 
9,500.00 
2,600.00 
1,600.00 

1,000.00 
3,500.00 

3,200.00 

4,000.00 

700.00 

1,500.00 



114.80 
50.40 

261.80 

44.80 

70.00 
61.60 
72.80 

341.60 

266.00 

72.80 

44.80 

28.00 
98.00 

89.60 

112.00 
19.60 
42.00 



4,150.00| 116.20 
2,200.00| 61.60 
2,700.00| 75.60 



Name 


Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total | 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 


McGrath, Mrs. Dulcie 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Mclntire, Grace P. 


Former homestead 
House Union St. 


4400 
2200 








Lot 


200 


6,800.00 


190.40 


Mcintosh, James 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


McLaughlin, Delia 


Homestead %a 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


McLellan Stores 


Stock in trade 


6600 


6,600.00 


184.80 


McQuestion, George 










Rodney & Florence 


Pike house 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Melano, Joseph 


House and garage 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Melendy, Albert 


1/12 Moore pasture 


67 


67.00 


1.88 


Melendy, Eva L. 


1/6 Moore pasture 


134 


134.00 


3.75 


Melendy, Merton 


1/12 Moore pasture 


67 


67.00 


1.88 


Melendy, Fred H. 


Homestead 


2800 








x /2 Undivided pasture 35a 


200 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Melzer, Jas. P. Est. 


Homestead 

House 83 Nashua St. 

Stock in trade 


3800 

2900 

400 








Machinery 


100 


7,200.00 


201.60 


Merrill, Arthur W. 


Homestead 4a 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Merrill, Mrs. Addie C. 


Homestead 


4300 


4,300.00 


120.40 


Merrill, Irvin L. 


Stock in trade 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Merrill, Maurice 


Classified land No. 6 20a 


200 








Land in No. 6 4a 


300 


500.00 


14.00 


Merrill, Katie E. 


Homestead 


3000 








Cottage off Union St. 


1000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Merrimack Farmers 


Day building 


5000 






Exchange 


Stock in trade 


8358 


13,358.00 


374.02 


Milford Bottling Co. 


Stock in trade 


600 








Machinery 


300 


900.00 


25.20 


Milford Building and 


O'Neil house 


3800 






Loan Association 


Fisher house 


3000 








Heelon block 


5000 


11,800.00 


330.40 


Milford Building and 










Loan Association 


Raymond C. Wright house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Milford Cooperative 










Holding Co., Inc. 


Building 


12,900 


12,900.00 


361.20 


Milford Home for 


Tuttle house 


2400 






Aged Women 


Bartlett house 


2700 


5,100.00 


142.80 


Milford Mach. Works 


Garage 

Stock in trade 


2900 
900 








Machinery 


500 


4,300.00 


120.40 


Milford Masonic 


' 








Temple Association 


Lewis place 


7500 


7,500.00 


210.00 


Milford Properties Inc. 


Walk black 


36,400 


36,400.00 


1019.20 


Milford Motor Co. 


Garage 

Stock in trade 


5900 
6000 








Machinery 


500 


12,400.00 


347.20 


Milford Textile Corp. 


Tenement house 
Stock in trade 


1400 
6236 








Machinery 


42,000 


49,636.00 


1389.83 


Mills, Charles W. 


Homestead 


7400 








Wood lot 


1000 


8,400.00 


235.00 


Milne, Everett 


Homestead 


1700 








Stock in trade 


300 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Mitchell, Wilfred 


Homestead 
Lot 


3700 
300 








J. Mitchell farm 


1800 


5,800.00 


162.40 


Monadnock Carpet Co. 


Stock in trade 


7600 








Machinery 


5000 


12,600.00 


352.80 



Name 

Montgomery, Alice G. 
Moore, Ethel S. 
Moore, George W. 
Moore, Mrs. June H. 
Morgan, Mrs. Annie 
Morrell, Mrs. Mary 
Morse, Philip B. and 

Ellen R. 
Moulton, Chester F. 

and Katherine F. 
Muro, Antonio 
Murphy, Agnes 
Murphy, Doris E. 

Murphy, Mrs. Paul S. 

Naimie, Charles F. 

and Lillian F. 
Nalibow, Samuel 

Nalibow, Mrs. Tillie 

Needham, Eva M. 

Neimi, Alex 
Neimi, Jacob 
Newbold, Charles and 
Madeline D. B. 

Newbold, Geo. J. and 

Martha J. C. 
Newhall, John 



New Hampshire Bond 
and Mortgage Co. 

New Westerly Granite 
Co. 



Nichols, Westley and 

Myrtle S. 
Noon, George C. 
Northrup, Carmel Est. 
Norwood, Edgar A. Est 
Norwood, Edgar A. Jr. 
Nugent, Mrs. Flora J. 
Ober Clothing Co. 
O'Brien, Joseph T. 

O'Connell, Esther M. 
O'Connell, Katherine 

T. and John J. 
O'Connor, Maurice Est. 



O'Connor, Michael 
Odell, Robert P. 



Description and Value on Real 


L Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Homestead 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Stock in trade 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Cottage Mont Vernon road 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Eaton house $2100 (exempt 








1000) 


1100 


1,100.00 


30.80 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Homestead 


1600 






Lot 


100 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Homestead 


3300 






Lot Vine and Nashua Sts. 


500 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Hartshorn house 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Homestead 


2000 






Lot Ash St. 


200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Shannahan block 


3000 






Brown house 


2000 


5,000.00 


140.00 


Homestead 


3000 






House Union St. 


2300 


5,300.00 


148.40 


Homestead 


450 


450.00 


12.60 


Homestead 4a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


H. Harris house $2500 (exempt 








1000) 


1500 






1 cow 


75 


1,575.00 


44.10 


Homestead 


1600 






Lot 


300 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Filling Station 


1500 




- 


Bell houses 


4100 






Gasoline pumps 


320 






Machinery 


100 


6,020.00 


168.56 


Block ] 


17,800 


17,800.00 


498.40 


Ledge and buildings 


2600 






Land and shed 


900 






Webster land 


400 






Stock in trade 


500 






Machinery 


8000 


12,400.00 


347.20 


Patrick Buckley house 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Vi Whittemore house 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


2 Walker lots No. 55 and 56 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Kendall land 10a 


440 


440.00 


12.32 


Homestead 


6600 


6,600.00 


184.80 


1/12 Moore pasture 


67 


67.00 


1.87 


Stock in trade 


7500 


7,500.00 


210.00 


Homestead 


1600 






1 horse 


25 


1,625.00 


45.50 


Smith house, 24 Oak St. 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Homestead 


2400 






Craigin lot 


200 






3 Lewis lots 


100 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Bridget Craig place 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Scott house 


1500 







Natyip 


Description and Value on ] 


Real Es- 


Total 


| Am'nt 


LI Clillv 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


| Taxes 




Land in No. 4 


100 


1,600.00 


r~44.80 


Ollikainen, John 


Homestead 


1800 








120 fowls 


70 


1,870.00 


52.36 


O'Neil, Francis E. 


Homestead 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


O'Neil. James H. and 










Marguerite A. 


House South St. 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


O'Neil. Mrs. Mary 


House $2700 (exempt 1000) 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


O'Neil, Thomas F. 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Orel way. Frank W. 


Homestead 


4600 


4,600.00 


| 128.80 


Ordway, Norman 


Homestead and lots 


4200 


4,200.00 


1 117.60 


Orlandini, Elisa 


One-half K. Nickles house 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Orso. David 


Homestead, land of Hall 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Parker, Bertha T. 


Homestead 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Parker, Carrie L. 


House Cottage St. 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Parker, George A. 


Connell land 


400 








House lot Orchard St. 


150 


550.00 


15.40 


Parker, Mrs. Harriet F. 


House 9 Pleasant St. 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Parker, Lunnie H. and 


O'Brien house 


3300 






Florence H. 


Homestead 


3900 








House lot 


500 


7,700.00 


215.60 


Parker, Willis H. and 


Homestead 


2500 






Harriet F. 


Lot 


200 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Parker, Mrs. Walter G. 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Parkhurst, Mrs. Mabel 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Paro, Gloria F. 


House Crosby St. 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Patten, Orion L. 


Homestead 

3 Winslow lots 

6 Lewis lots from Patten 

2 horses 


500 
120 
240 
300 








1 cow 


50 


1,210.00 


33.88 


Patti, Bartolo Est. 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Pease Co. 


Stevens quarry 50a 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Pease, B. A. 


Quarry at East Milford 


900 






Melzer land 


200 


1,100.00| 30.80 


Peirce, Theodore 


Peirce land and buildings 


1500 






Robbins land 


50 






Grafton lot 


50 


1,600.00| 44.80 


People's Market 


Stock in trade 


1400 


1,400.00| 39.20 


People's Laundry and 


Laundry building" 


3800 




Cleansers, Inc. 


Machinery 


4000 


7,800.00| 218.40 


Perkins, Fred H. 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00| 67.20 


Philbrick's Garage 


Stock in trade 


800 


800.001 22.40 


Philbrick, Grace E. 


Homestead and garage 


2700 


2,700.00| 


75.60 


Philbrick, Anna V. 


Filling station 


5000 








Stock in trade 


175 


5,175.00| 


144.90 


Philbrick, John and 










Anna V. 


Homestead 


5000 


5,000.00| 


140.00 


Phillips, Mrs. Anna M. 


Homestead 300a 


7000 








Land from Keith 10%a 


500 


7,500.00| 


210.00 


Phillips, Alexander V. 


Kendall and Burns land 80a 
Searles land 44a 
Dr. Finnerty place 


800 

500 

4000 








Caldwell land 


18 


5,318.001 


148.90 


Phillips, Robert 


Warren lot 


80 


80.00| 


2.24 


Phippard, David A. 


One-half A. Phippard house 


1250 


1,250.00| 


35.00 


Pitts, Newman 


150 fowls 


100 


100.001 


2.80 


Pitts, Newman and 


House and land 


2600 






Katherine 


Winslow lot 
Lot 51-52 


150 
60 








Bills lot 


100 


2,910.00| 


81.48 



Name 


Description and Value on 


Real Es- 


Total 


| Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 


Place, John 


Homestead and garage 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Plant, Frank 


Homestead 


1900 








2 Walker lots 


150 


2,050.00 


57.40 


Plant, Frank & Mabel 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Plummer, Alda L. 


Asker house 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Poisson, Paul J. and 










Odsalda D. 


Brown house 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Pollard, R. D. Est. 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Poor, Melvin W. 


House (Scully) 


2900 








Columbia Granite land 


100 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Poore, Walter T. 


Phelps place 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Powers, C. Edward 


Homestead 


4300 








Stock in trade 


150 


4,450.00 


1 124.60 


Powers, Fred E. 


Homestead 


3200 








Stock in trade 


3500 


6,700.00 


| 187.60 


Pratt, Harold P. and 










Beulah 


Collin land, Black Rd. %a 


75 


75.00 


2.10 


Pratt, Nettie 


Homestead and shop 


1000 


1,000.00 


| 28.00 


Prescott, B. F. 


Lewis house 


5300 


5,300.00 


| 148.40 


Prescott, Clifford H. 


Homestead and lots 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Prestipino, Antonio 










and Vincenza 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


| 89.60 


Proctor, Charles O. 


515 fowls 


465 


465.00 


I 13.02 


Proctor, Charles O. 


Homestead 90a 


5000 






and Elizabeth M. 


Cottage 


1500 


6,500.00 


| 182.00 


Proctor, E. H. 


Block 


12,000 


12,000.00 


336.00 


Proulx, Mederise 


Block 


8900 


8,900.00 


249.20 


Public Service Co. of 


Electric plant 


225,431 






N. H. 


Part Wallace block 


10,800 








Stock in trade 


8100 


244,331.00 


6841.27 


Putnam, Leroy C. 


O'Connell place 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Putnam, Roy N. 


Homestead 


2900 








Lot 


300 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Rabai, Louis 


Homestead 


1500 








Lot 


150 


1,650.00 


46.20 


Radford, Louise H. 


Homestead 


8000 


8,000.00 


224.00 


Ralston, Purina Co. 


Store building 


1600 








Stock in trade 


3674 


5,274.00 


147.67 


Ramsdell, Ethel 


Homestead and Goss land 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Randall, Earl 


Homestead $1400 (exempt 1000) 400 








Grafton land 


200 


600.00 


16.80 


Reed, Harold E. 


McLane property 
Wood and lumber 


7000 
500 








Stock in trade 


2986 


10,486.00 


293.61 


Reilly, Fred M. 


Shed 


500 








Sloan land 6a 


400 


900.00 


25.20 


Reilly, Mrs. Grace 


Homestead 


1800 


T,800.00 


50.40 


Reilly, Nancie S. Est. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Ricciardi, Constantino 


Homestead 
House and lot 
Lovejoy land 4a 
Powers block 
1 cow 


2500 

1400 

300 

4400 

60 








175 fowls 


125 


8,785.00 


245.98 


Riccitelli, Rocco and 










Congette 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Richardson, Clarence 


Homestead 

2 Hartshorn lots 

House and stable Union St. 

Lot from Dow 


2200 
250 

1900 
250 







Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation | Taxes 




95 fowls 


45 


4,645.00| 


130.06 


Richardson, Harry P. 










and Florence H. 


Converse house 


3500 


3,500.001 


98.00 


Richardson, Mark A. 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.001 


81.20 


Riddle, Mrs. May L. 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00| 


56.00 


Riley, Harley 


Homestead 
Quarry 


1800 
500 








Machinery 


100 


2,400.00| 


67.20 


Ritchie, Ida M. 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00| 


78.40 


Ritchie, James P. 


Chase bungalow 


1400 








House lot 


50 


1,450.00| 


40.60 


Rizzi. John Est. 


Homestead 


3800 


3,800.001 


106.40 


Rizzi, Mrs. Luigia 


Homestead 


1300 


1,300.001 


36.40 


Robinson, Mrs. Amy 


Homestead 


2600 


2,600.00| 


72.80 


Robinson, Carroll B. 


Homestead 


3400 


3,400.00| 


95.20 


Robinson. Marion 


Peirce lot 


50 


50.00| 


1.40 


Robinson, Wm. New- 










ton Est. 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.001 


98.00 


Robinson, Darius 


Burpee house 


3300 


3,300.00! 


92.40 


Robinson, Darius E. 










and Margeurite W. 


Felch house 


3100 


3100.00| 


86.80 


Rocco, Frederick 


Falsani block 


2000 


2,000.00| 


56.00 


Rocco, Frederick Est. 


Homestead 


2300 








House, Cottage St. 


1700 


4,000.001 


112.00 


Rocco, Quirino 


Wallace Poore house $2900 










(exempt 1000) 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Rolfe, Mrs. Herbert 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Roman Catholic Bishop 


House Forrest St. 


3900 








Goss land %a 


50 


3,950.00 


110.60 


Romani, Henry 


Homestead 


5000 


5,000.00 


140.00 


Romani, John 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Romani, Peter 


Wasto house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Romeo, Salvatore 


Homestead 


1700 








House Union St. 


2300 


4000.00 


112.00 


Rossi Bros. Co. 


Crown Hill quarry 15a 

House Smith St. 

Shed 

Stock in trade 


500 
1300 
2500 
1300 








Machinery 


3500 


9,100.00 


254.80 


Rossi, Anthony J. 


Homestead 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Rossi, Ernest 


Homestead 


4200 








Lot from Worcester 


200 


4,400.00 


123.20 


Rossi, John 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Rossi, Anthony J. and 










Ernest F. 


Trentini land 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Rossiter, Ellen K. 


Geo. Hatch land and house 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Rossiter, Francis A. 


Slab City %a (exempt) 


75 






Rossiter, John J. 


Homestead and lot 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Rossiter, John Est. 


Homestead 70a 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Rotch, Arthur B. 


Homestead 


4300 








Hodgman land 65a 


650 


4,950.00 


138.60 


Rotch, Grace M. Est. 


Homestead 


9500 


9,500.00 


266.00 


Rotch, W. B. 2nd 


Howe lot 13a 
Duncklee lot 12a 


25 
25 








Patch and Crosby land 


35 


85.00 


2.38 


Rotch, W. B. Est. 


Hartshorn land 9a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Rotch, W. B. Est. and 


Printing house 


3200 






A. B. 


Stock in trade 


300 








Machinery 


3200 


6,700.00 


187.60 


Rothorius, David 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 



Name 


Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


r 


Valuation 


Taxes 


Ruonala, Henry 


Farnsworth house 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Ryan, Edith B. 


House South St. 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Sacco, Dominick 


Tenement house Maple St. 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Sacco, Gennaro and 










Maria 


Homestead 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Salmi, Arvo 


Moisio land 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Salo, Alex and Valma 


Baker house 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Salo, Edmund 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Sanborn, Robert and 










Irene 


Fornier place 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Sanderson, Anna L. 


House 18 Elm St. 


2700 








Land and shop 


1800 


4,500.00 


126.00 


Sanderson, Eugene 


Homestead 


1700 








Hall land 


40 


1,740.00 


48.72 


Sanderson, Harry D. 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Sanderson, Mrs. Mary 










L. Est. 


Homestead 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Sangster, William 


Mary Pannanen place 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Saraceno, Carmelo 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Saraceno, Leo P. and 










Irene M. 


Sweeney house 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Sargent, Edwin D. 


Homestead 30a 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Sargent, Will D. 


Homestead l%a 
Land in No. 7 19a 
One-third Wadleigh property 
Ober land in No. 7 


3500 

200 

9167 

25 








Harriman lots 


150 


13,042.00 


365.17 


Sassi, George Est. 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Saunders, Mary 


Geo. Worcester house 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Savage, Jean 


Union St. house 


2200 








R. R. lot 


400 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Savage, Irving & Jean 


Grafton house 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Savory, Harriet 


Hattie Wright house 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Sawyer, Bertha M. Est. 


Homestead 


4400 


4,400.00 


123.20 


Sawyer, F. W. Agt. 


McLane lot Myrtle St. 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Sawyer, Heirs of Jer- 










ome, F W. Sawyer 










Agent 


Sprout land 40a 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Scully, Charles D. and 










Olga E. 


McCormick house 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Seabury, Erwyne 


Lot on Prospect St. 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Searles, Arthur L. 


House Amherst St. 3a $2500 
(exempt 1000) 


1500 




- 




Stock in trade 


50 


1,550.00 


43.40 


Sears, Mrs. Blanche M. 


Homestead and garage. 


3800 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Sears, Walter 


New house * 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Seaverns, Mrs. Alida 


Homestead 


3300 


3,300.00 


92.40 


Seavey, Clarence 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Seavey, Kenneth I. 










and Maxine G. 


Hopkins house 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Secombe, Annabell 


Homestead 50a 
House 69 Elm St. 


8200 
3100 






) 


Bungalow 

Pine Plains lot 20a 

Gilchrist land 

Added land 

Kendall Intervale 18a 

2 horses 

22 cows 


2500 
200 
100 
100 

1000 
300 

3300 






v 


1 neat stock 


100 


18,900.00 


529.20 



Name 


Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 


Serio. Charles & Rose 


Bailey house 
Homestead 
Mill land 


3400 

2200 

100 








House mill yard 


100 


5,800.00 


162.40 


Settimo. D. Bartolomeo 


Webster block 


4800 






and Infanti, Mario 


Stock in trade 


800 


5,600.00 


156.80 


Sevigne, Mrs. G. Mabel 


Homestead 
2 lots Prospect St. 
Lot from Robinson 
Pierce lot 


5600 

400 

50 

10 








George Foster lot 


250 


6,310.00 


176.68 


Shaughnessy, Chas. W. 


Former homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Shell Union Oil Corp. 


Gas pumps 


490 








Machinery 


100 


590.00 


16.52 


Shepard, Mrs. Grace 










and Verna L. 


Homestead 


3900 


3,900.00 


109.20 


Sherman, Albert E. 


Bowler house 


2100 








Hall land 


50 


2,150.00 


60.20 


Signor, B. W. and 










Ercile H. 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Silva, Joseph Est. 


Homestead 


1600 








Armstrong lot 


75 


1,675.00 


46.90 


Silva, Joseph M. and 










Edna T. 


Cateneau house 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Sloan, Miss Beede 


Homestead 5a 


3600 








Land Mont Vernon road 17a 


200 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Smith, Charles B. 


Homestead 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Smith, Everett H. 


Garage (exempt) 


200 






Smith, Harold A. 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Smith, John T. 


Block Union Sq. 


6300 








Berry Court house 


1800 


8,100.00 


226.80 


Smith, Mrs. Nellie K. 


House Elm St. 


3200 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Smith, John T. and 










Nellie K. 


Brick schoolhouse 


6000 


6,000.00 


168.00 


Smith, Mary A. Est. 


2 Walker lots 


200 








O'Brien land No. 4 5a 


50 


250.00 


7.00 


Smith, Murdock 


126 fowls 


76 


76.00 


2.13 


Smith, Murdock and 










Jessie 


Homestead 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Smith, Louis K. and 
Catherine L. 


House 37 Elm St. 


3700 


3,700.00 


103.60 


Smith, Victor C. 


Homestead and camp 12a 
Sargent land 8a 
Dickson lot 


4500 
300 
300 








Stock in trade 


100 


5,200.00 


145.60 


Socony Vacuum Oil 
Co. 


Buildings 

Land 

Service station 

Kendall & Wilkins mill 

Gas tanks and pumps 


10,800 
1,000 
6300 
5000 
8525 








Stock in trade 


5290 


36,915.00 


1033.62 


Sonn, Rachael L. 


Homestead 


2000 








Greenwood house 


1600 


3,600.00 


100.80 


Souhegan Auto Wreck- 










ing Co. 


Stock in trade 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Souhegan National 


Bank building 


35,000 






Bank 


Creamery and house 


3000 








Red Men's hall 


2800 


40,800.00 


1142.40 


Spear, Elwood B. 


Homestead 


6100 








Epps land and barn 


600 







Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 




9 cows 


675 








1 neat stock 


60 


7,435.00| 


208.18 


Staiti, Leterio 


Homestead and garage 


4700 


4,700.00 


131.60 


State Oil Co. 


Gas pump 


85 


85.00 


2.38 


Steele, Geo. F. and 


Homestead 


1700 






Lizzie M. 


Teed house 


1700 


3,400.00 


95.20 


Stein, Albion 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Stein, John E. 


Tenement block 


5700 


5,700.00 


159.60 


Stevens, Hattie Edella 


V2 house Elm St. 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Stewart, Grace V. 


Berry house 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Stickney, E. M. 


Part Wallace block 16,20( 








Stock in trade 


3000 


19,200.00 


537.60 


Stickney, Florence A. 


Homestead 


5200 


5,200.00 


145.60 


Stickney, Louis N. 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Stimson, Kitt K. 


Homestead 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Stimson, Mabel 


Homestead 


2100 








Felch lot 


200 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Stinson, Cecil R. and 










Grace G. 


Wheaton house 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Stinson, Clement R. 










and Edith G. 


Homestead $1700 (exempt 1000) 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


Stoddard, Howard P. 










and Edna H. 


Gallup house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Stoddard, Kenneth 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Sullivan, Mrs. Bridget 


Homestead 


1800 








Fay lot 


150 


1,950.00 


54.60 


Sunderwall, Saimi 


Jasburg house 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Sunset Grocery Co. 


V 2 block 


4400 








Stock in trade 


1800 


6,200.00 


173.60 


Sweeney, William 


Shattuck house 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Swett, Ellen S. 


Homestead 


4800 


4,800.00 


134.40 


Sylvester, Eugene J. 










and Dora R. 


Moisio house 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Talbot, Carl W. 


Homestead 


4500 








Gilson and Laws lots 


250 


4,750.00 


133.00 


Talbot, Harold 


V2 Gilson Hill lot, % of Laws lot 


250 


250.00 


7.00 


Talbot, Mary E. 


Maurice Jewett house 


4200 








Pierce lot 


50 


4,250.00 


119.00 


Tandy, Elmer O. 


Homestead 


2100 








2 lots Knight St. - 


200 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Tarbell, Julian M. 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Taylor, Chas. Arthur 


Homestead $2300 (exempt 1000) 


1300 


l,300.00j 36.40 


Taylor, George E. and 










Annie B. 


Salisbury house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Texas Co. 


Filling Station 
Pumps and tanks 


2100 
480 








Machinery 


200 


2,780.00 


77.84 


Tetlow, Allison 


Murphy house $2200 (exempt 










1000) 




1,200.00 


33.60 


Thomas, Harry N. and 










Clara J. 


Homestead 


4100 


4,100.00 


114.80 


Thompson, Miss M. A. 


Stock in trade 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Tide Water Associated 










Oil Co. 


Gas pumps 


320 


320.00 


8.96 


Tilton, Alice S. Est. 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Tonella, Mrs. Amelia 


Homestead 


5200 


5,200.00 


145.60 


Tostevin, Arthur and 










Jane 


Homestead 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Trentini, Mrs. Adaline 


Homestead 


3400 


3,400.00 


95.20 



Name 



Description and Value on Real 
tate and Personal Property 



Es- 



Total 
Valuation 



Trentini, Hugo 



Trentini, Joseph 
Trombly, Corlis F. 

Trow, Clarence L. 



Trow, Louis A. 
Trumbull, Clara M. 
Tucker, Leon C. 
Tucker, Mrs. Nina 

Turner, Abbott W. 

Turner, Harry G. and 
Lucy E. 

Tuttle, Helen W. 

United Cooperative So- 
ciety of Fitchburg 

Vanetti, Vittori 

Vanetti, Cesare 
Varnum, Mary A, 
Varnum, Richard J. 

Vigneault, Origene 
Villane, Michael 
Wadleigh, Alice B. 
Wadleigh, Fred T. . 
Wallace, Jemima 

Walmsley, Arthur 

Wark, Gordon H. 



Weaver, Dr. C. A. Est. 
Webster, Mrs. Annie 
Webster, Mrs. Helen 

M. Est. 
Webster, Frances V. 
Webster, Morton 
Welch, Gladwyn 
Wenderlin, Henry 
Wetherbee, Emma L. 
Wetherbee, Maxwell 

and Irene 
Wexler, Joseph 
Wheeler, Albert F. 



Homestead 3400 

Brown lot 50 

Dyson lot 150 

McLean house 2500 

Boutelle place 4100 

3 cows 225 

Homestead 4000 

House 7 Pleasant St. 1800 

House 1 Burns Court 1100 

House 2 Burns Court 1200 

House 3 Burns Court 1200 

House lot on George St. 150 

Sanderson land 10 

190 fowls 140 

Homestead 1500 

Ober land from Hall 200 

Homestead 3500 

Lot 300 

Ober house 2600 

Stock in trade 600 

Homestead 6500 

Land from French 500 

Homestead and garage 3000 

Wright house 4000 

Ward house 3500 

Stock in trade 1680 

Homestead 2000 

2 goats 16 
Shepard land 200 
Homestead 2800 
Dyson house 3200 
Lot 100 
Homestead 1400 
Homestead and garage 2800 
Homestead 5800 
2/3 Wadleigh property 18,333 
Homestead 1700 
House Crosby St. 1900 
Homestead $2200 (exempt 

1000) 1200 
Homestead $2400 (exempt 

1000) 1400 

680 fowls 630 

Lot E. Union St. 150 

Land in No. 2 40 

Homestead 5500 

Homestead 4000 

Homestead 1700 

Homestead off Nashua St. 700 

House lot 150 

Homestead 5000 

Smith house 19 Oak St. 1900 

Stock in trade 600 

Homestead 2100 

3 Hamblett lots 300 
3 Lewis lots 30 



3,600.00 
2,500.00 

4,325.00 



9,600.00 

1,700.00 

3,800.00 

3,200.00 

7,000.00 
3,000.00 

4,000.00 
3,500.00 

1,680.00 

2,016.00 

200.00 

2,800.00 

3,300.00 
1,400.00 
2,800.00 
5,800.00 
18,333.00 

3,600.00 

1,200.00 



2,030.00 

150.00 

40.00 

5,500.00 
4,000.00 
1,700.00 
700.00 
150.00 
5,000.00 

1,900.00 
600.00 



Am'nt 
Taxes 



100.80 
70.00 

121.10 



268.80 
47.60 

106.40 

89.60 

196.00 
84.00 

112.00 
98.(K) 

47.04 

56.44 

5.60 

78.40 

92.40 

39.20 

78.40 

162.40 

513.32 

100.80 

33.60 



56.84 
4.20 
1.12 

154.00 

112.00 

47.60 

19.60 

4.20 

140.00 

53.20 
16.80 



Name 



Wheeler, Charles A. 
Wheeler, Emigene 

Wheeler, Dixon 

Wheeler, Chester Jean 
and Beatrice 

Wheeler, Ida W. 

White, Mrs. Clara M. 

Whitehead, Harriet 

White Mountain Freez- 
er Co. 

Whiting, D. and Sons 



I S., J. K., C. F. and 

David Whiting 
Whittemore, D. B. and 

H. W. 

Whittier, Mrs. Albert 

M. 
Wilkins, Chester C. ; 
Wilkins, Mrs. Alice M. 

Heirs 
Wilkins, Frank B. 
Wilkins, Frank B. and 

Luella 
Wilkins, Gertrude G. 

Wilkins, Mrs. Huldah 

Chace 
Wilkins, Lewis H. 
Williams, Mrs. Amy E. 

Williams, Thomas A. 
Williamson, Clara E. 

and Howard L. 
Wilson, Edw. B. Est. 

Winchester, Wm. S. 

and Mary J. 
Winn, Frank 
Winslow, Corisande 
Winslow, W. L. Est. 
Winter, Oscar 
Wirta, Julius 

Withington, W. H. 
Woodman, Elizabeth T. 
Woods, Chas. J. 



Woodward, Geo. N. 



Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


1 cow 


601 






235 fowls 


185 


2,675.00 


74.90 


Homestead 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


House and garage 


2800 






Hatch land 


400 


3,200.00 


89.60 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Mary Tarbell place $1400 (ex- 








empt 1000) 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


House Dean St. 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Wilson place off Amherst St. 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Land and buildings 20,500 






Wood 


2100 


22,600.00 


632.80 


Frye land 72a 


400 






Sprout land 43a 


350 






Land in No. 4 128a 


640 






Part Morgan farm 


100 






Merrill elevator 


2000 






Merrill coal shed 


2800 


6,290.00 


176.12 


Newell Heath land 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Block corner Amherst St. 


5700 






Garage 


2000 






Gilson land 


600 


8,300.00 


232.40 


Hodlin land 


25 






Part homestead 


700 


725.00 


20.30 


: House Clinton St. 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00 


112.00 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Former homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Homestead 


4900 






Land from Holbrook 


50 


4,950.00 


138.60 


1 Homestead 


6800 


6,800.00 


190.40 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


i Homestead 


2500 






3 lots 


600 


3,100.00 


86.80 


House lot from C. Leech 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


House cor. Union & Garden Sts 


5100 






House lot Garden St. 


500 


5,600.00 


156.80 


Homestead 


2600 


2,600.00 


72.80 


House Souhegan St. 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Vi homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


i Former homestead 


3400 


3,400.00 


85.20 


Jiomestead and garage 


2200 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Homestead 


2300 






1 cow 


100 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Matthew Jameson house 


2800 


2,800.00 


78.40 


Homestead and garage 


3800 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Homestead 


2800 






Lots 


350 






575 fowls 


525 


3,675.00 


102.90 


Wm. Terrien place 


2200 






1 horse 


50 


2,250.00 


63.00 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation | Taxes 


Woodward. L. Nute 




i 






and Bertha P. 


Homestead 


4100| 


4,100.001 


114.80 


Wright. Gardner R. 


Homestead $3200 5a (exempt 
1000) 


2200 








70 fowls 


20j 


2,220.00| 


62.16 


Wright. Elizabeth C. 


Homestead 


4600i 


4,600.00| 


128.80 


Wright. Winnifred A. 


Stock in trade 


125 


125.001 


3.50 


Wurdeman, Bruce 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00| 


81.20 


Young. Andrew D. 


Quarry, derricks and machinery 


500 


500.Q0I 


14.00 


Young, Mrs. Ethel L. j 


Homestead 


4300 


4,300.001 


120.40 


Young, Mrs. Jessie 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00| 


70.00 


Young, Marion A. 


Campbell house 


2900 


2,900.001 


81.20 


Young's Sons Co. 


Barn and land 


2000 


2,000.00| 


56.00 


Young's Sons & Co., 






*" | 




M. J. Young and S. 










L. Demain Est. 


House 79 Nashua St. 


2700 


2,700.001 


75.60 


DISTRICT NO. 2 










Ames, George 


1 cow 


90 








900 fowls 


850 


940.00| 


26.32 


Ames, Geo. E. and ^ 


• 








Alice M. 


Nelson place 


2000 


2,000.00| 


56.00 


Bishop, Mary D. 


Homestead 45a 


3000 








Pasture 12a 


75 


3,075.00| 


86.10 


Boutelle, George E. 










and Stella E. 


Easton place 


1200 


1,200.00) 


33.60 


Brackett, Richard A. 


Webster cottage 


600 


600.00J 


16.80 


Brown, Olive J. and 










Hodges, Lillian A. 


Richardson place 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Burnham, Alice T. 


Homestead 100a 


3500 








Webster land 3a 


200 


3,700.00 


103.60 


Buxton, Leon & Esther 


Farnsworth place 


800 








Winslow land 


50 


850.00 


23.80 


Carlander, Mabel L. 


Duke place 88a 
1 horse 


4000 
150 








15 cows 


1200 


5,350.00 


149.80 


Carlton, Clarence C. 


Farnsworth sprout land 


10 


10.00 


.28 


Carlton, Mrs. Caroline 


Homestead 40a 


2400 








Quarry land 3a 


200 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Carlton, Chester V. 


Ledge land 21a 
2 cows 


400 
150 








100 fowls 


350 


900.00 


25.20 


Cole, Lorenzo C. 


Homestead and garage 15a 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Cuddy, Floyd 


2 horses 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Cuddy, Floyd H. and 










Gladys V. 


Parker place 17a 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Curtis, Clintina E. 


Pierce place 


4300 


4,300.00 


120.40 


Curtis, Edward R. 


14 cows 


840 


840.00 


23.52 


Curtis, Charles F. 


11 cows 


660 








3 neat stock 


170 


830.00 


23.24 


Curtis, Henry M. 


1 horse 


25 








32 cows 


2475 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Dodge, C. S. 


Lampson lot 10a 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Drew, Frank W. 


Homestead, henhouses and 

brooder houses 45a 
Silver land 15a 
Draper homestead 
2 horses 
24 cows 


4400 
600 

3500 
150 

2160 








1700 fowls 


1650 


12,460.00 


348.88 



Name 


Description and Value on 


Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


Taxes 


Durant, Ernest and 


Milne place 


3200 






Eulalie 


New building 


3000 


6,200.00 


173.60 


Elliott, Herbert 


Homestead and henhouse 


1100 




. 




One-half Richardson lot 


50 


1,150.00 


32.20 


Elliott, Newton 


Homestead 


900 


900.00 


25.20 


Emery, George 


Homestead 87a 


4500 








Parker land 10a 


500 


5,000.00 


140.00 


Ferguson, John 


1 cow 


60 


60.00 


1.68 


Fernald, Horace W. 


Howard farm 


5000 


5,000.00 


140.00 


Fitch, Earl 


2 horses 


400 








13 cows 


975 


1,375.00 


38.50 


Fitch, John A. 


Homestead and garage 70a 
15 cows 


4000 
1050 








1 neat stock 


65 


5,115.00 


143.22 


Fitch, John Jr. 


200 fowls 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Grugnali, Dora 


Homestead and garage 3a 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Hall, Edward B. 


Homestead (less Ober land) 
1 horse 


100a 2300 

125 








2 cows 


120 


2,545.00 


71.26 


Hartshorn Co., Frank 


Part home farm 20a 
McConchie land 10a 
Kimball, Town, Coggin 
Stock in trade 


200 

100 

200 

2500 








Machinery 


3600 


6,600.00 


184.80 


Henderson, John A. 










and Barbara F. 


Hutchinson farm 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Hitchfield, Alice 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Hutchinson, Melvin 


Farnsworth land 12a 


200 








Sprout land 5a 


50 


250.00 


7.00 


Jennison, Walter R. 










Est. 


Homestead 25a 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Joslin, Charles P. 


Homestead 70a 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Malone, Cyril 


Part Wheeler farm 
Bruce land 


900 
150 








Grafton land 


200 


1,250.00 


35.00 


Martell, Louis and Ev- 










aline Savage 


Homestead 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Pierce, Charles R. 


Pond homestead 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Raymond, Dana C. 


Parker land 6a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


River Lea Club, Inc. 


Schoolhouse 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Robinson, Mrs. Agnes 


Homestead 3a 
Cheney land 9a 


1800 
400 








Kendall land 9a 


400 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Robinson, Gregory 


8 cows 


640 


640.00 


17.92 


Simerson, Christian 










and Mary 


Evans farm 27a 


4000 


■ 4,000.00 


112.00 


Splane, Arthur B. 


Wyman farm 175a 
3 horses 
11 cows 


6700 
450 
715 






_ 


3 neat stock 


120 








900 fowls 


850 


8,835.00 


247.38 


Tolford, Nellie G. 


Homestead 40a 


3800 








2 cows 


140 


3,940.00 


110.32 


Ulricson, Grace G. 


Homestead 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Waltham Corp., The 


Beede Sloan land 6a 

Howison land 15a 

Quarry 

Luke Duffy cottage 

Holt land 


300 
1000 
2250 

250 
50 







Name 



Webster. Daniel 



DISTRICT NO. 3 

Anderton, Harry and 

Bertha 
Beaver. Arthur 
Blanchette. George & 

Amelia 
Bowen, Luke 
Breed, Stanley W. and 

Evelyn B. 
Cleaves. William C. 

and Eva W. 
Coffin, Mrs. Alice 
Cousens, Edward Est. 
Cranson. Chester E. 

and Minnie B. 

Crosby, Herbert W. 
and Sadie N. 



Federal Land Bank 
Foley, Mrs. Sarah Est 
Gagnon, Blanche D. 
Gibbons, Harold 

Hastings, Basil 



Henrickson, John 
Hillsboro Mills 



Hutchinson, Annie E. 

Hutchinson, Mary B. 
Jarvis, Oscar 
Jones, Fred 
Jones, Perley and 
Needham, Edith J. 

Lamontagne, Henry 
Lincoln, Mrs. Nila K. 



Description and Value on Real Es- 
tate and Personal Property 

200 

6000 

770 

60 



Total 
Valuation 



Stock in trade 

Machinery 

11 cows 

1 neat stock 



Homestead 25a 
Homestead 

Chaddock place 
Homestead 



3000 
1300 

2200 
2500 



10.050.00 
830.00 



3,000.00 
1,300.00 



Am'nt 
Taxes 



281.40 
23.24 



84.00 
36.40 



2.200.001 61.60 
2,500.00] 70.00 



Wesoja house 


900 


900.00 


25.20 


Farm 60a 


1200 






Pasture 25a 


200 


1,400.00 


39.20 


E. D. Searles homestead 25a 


3800 


3,800.00 


106.40 


Homestead 20a 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Homestead 60a 


3700 






1 horse 


150 






6 cows 


390 


4,240.00 


118.72 


Gordon pasture 25a 


180 






Butler intervale 


500 






Hutchinson land 


200 






Homestead 100a 


4750 






2 horses 


250 






1 cow 


85 






290 fowls 


240 


6,205.00 


173.74 


Adams estate 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Maki place 


900 


900.00 


25.20 


Homestead 


2100 






Bergeron building 


300 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Martin place 


2100 






Stock in trade 


75 






Machinery 


100 


2,275.00 


63.70 


Homestead 85a 


4000 






1 horse 


25 


4,025.00 


112.70 


Homestead 


12,000 






Old hotel 


1000 






2 houses by hotel 


3600 






Tenement house across river 


3500 






House opposite H. S. 


2200 






Burke place 


3000 






Tenement opposite mill 


3200 






Land from Mayne Estate 


500 






Stock in trade 


160.000 






Machinery 


161,574 


350,574.00 


9816.07 


Homestead 125a 


4500 






Richardson lot 4a 


50 


4,550.00 


127.40 


Homestead 


2100 


2,100.00 


58.80 


Homestead 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Sprout land 80a 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Homestead 150a 


6000 






2 horses 


150 






2 cows 


120 


6,270.00 


175.56 


700 fowls 


650 


650.00 


18.20 


Homestead 90a 


8600 







Name 


Description and Value on Real 


I Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


r 


Valuation 


Taxes 




Pasture 90a 


500 








Peavey house 


5800 


14,900.00 


417.20 


Lund, Paul and Em- 










mie Est. 


Bishop place 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Lynch, Samuel Est. 


Homestead 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Manning, Lloyd and 










Margaret F. 


Starkey place 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Marsh, Alice Est. 


Connors place 3a 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Martin, George 


Clark house 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Martin, Wilfred L. and 










Eva G. 


Duval house 


2700 


2,700.00 


75.60 


Milne, Geo. E. 


Junkins farm 


3300 








3 cows 


180 


3,480.00 


97.44 


Murray, Mrs. Medora 


Secombe land 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Oulton, Earl D. 


Lincoln land and building 6a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Paro, Fred Est. 


Homestead 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Pelletiere, George and 


/ 








Josie 


Butland place 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Perry, Mrs. Winthrop 


Homestead 


7000 


7,000.00 


196.00 


Perry, Winthrop and 










Bernice 


George Searles place 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Phelan, Maurice E. 


Byard place 90a 


4300 








Orchard land 10a 


700 


5,000.00 


140.00 


Picard, Adelard 


2 horses 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Picard, Louise M. 


Magoon house 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Savage, Arthur B. 


Homestead 160a 
Richardson land 40a 
Blanchard land 35a 
2 horses 


6500 

1200 

175 

300 








17 cows 


1275 


9,450.00 


264.60 


Shea, John H. 


4 houses Pine Valley from 










Whiting 


3200 


3.200.00 


89.60 


Soucy, Leo W. 


Land from Lincoln 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Steele, Daniel D. 


Homestead $7500 (exempt 1000) 


6500 


6,500.00 


182.00 


Sullivan, Delia 


Homestead 


1100 


1,100.00 


30.80 


Tarris, Edith Berwick 


Clark house 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


VanderHeyden, Arthur 


Sylvester house 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Williams, Thurston 


Garage and lot 


1000 








Gas pumps and tanks 


480 


1,480.00 


41.44 


Winslow, Ovid F. 


Fields quarry and Young land 
Stock in trade 


1000 
500 








Machinery 10,000 


11,500.00 


322.00 


Woodward, Eugene H. 


Homestead 
9 cows 


2500 
630 








1 cow 


60 


3,190.00 


89.32 


DISTRICT NO. 4 










Burns, Edgar S. Est. 


West of road Kakas 10a 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Burns, Miss Lillian 


Homestead 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Conrey, Fred A. 


Homestead 36a 
Hutchinson-Holt land 24a 
Crosby land 36a 
1 horse 
3 cows 


1800 
50 

300 
50 

150 








250 fowls 


200 


2,550.00| 


71.40 


Conrey, Fred A. Jr. 


2 horses 


100 








1 cow 


40 


140.001 


3.92 


DeForest, Samuel D. 










and May S. 


Elizabeth Kakas farm 


2300 


2,300.00| 


64.40 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Dickson. Mis. Frances 










E. Est. 


Homestead 100a 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Dietz, Rudolph and 










Elizabeth M. 


Dickey place 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Goodridge, Herbert 


Homestead 25a $820, Kemp and 
Bennett land $80 , Gutterson 








land $100 (exempt 1000) 










1 cow 


60 


J60.00 


1.68 


Gordon. Mrs. Watson 










M. 


Part of O'Brien farm 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Kakas, Edward W. 


Homestead 100a 
Wadsworth place 80a 
White pasture 15a 
Part of O'Brien farm 
Part of O'Brien farm 


5000 

900 

150 

600 

10 








Merrill lot 


150 


6,810.00 


190.68 


Kakas, Elizabeth G. 


Wood lot Parker farm 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Kakas, Fred G. 


Herlihy land 80a 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Kendall, Orville R. 


Homestead 90a 
Sprout land 60a 
Crosby land 20a 


2600 
300 
200 








Burns land 6a 


30 


3,130.00 


87.64 


Magnuson, Victor 


Land and camp 2a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


McArdle, Etheldrea M. 


Wolffer place 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Savage, Ralph 


Homestead 135a 
Landers farm 45a 
13 cows 


3700 
500 
910 








4 neat stock 


240 


5,350.00 


149.80 


Taylor, Harold and 


Porter Colby place 


2100 






Marion 


1 horse 


100 








2 cows 


120 


2,320.00 


64.96 


Thompson, Frances W. 


Land from Fred Jones 4a 


20 


20.00| 


.56 


Whitten, Chester 


Land from Jones 16a 


80 


80.00 


2.24 


Wolffer, Marion L. 


Homestead 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


DISTRICT NO. 5 


- 








Beardsley, Hazel 


Barnard place 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Burns, Harlan E. 


Homestead 100a 


4000 








Burt and Gutterson land 6a 


100 


• 






Whitehall brook lot 63a 


600 








3 horses 


300 








6 cows 


450 








1 neat stock 


60 


5,510.00 


154.28 


Burns Park Assoc. 


Land on Brookline road 


25 


25.00 


.70 


Daniels, Amelia 


Homestead 17a 


1700 








300 fowls 


250 


1,950.00 


54.60 


Daniels, Waino 


Strom place 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Davis, Everett 


1 horse 


50 








350 fowls 


300 


350.00 


9.80 


Davis, Wilfred 


Ida Salmi farm 23a 


3200 








1 cow 


60 


3,260.00 


91.28 


Drew, Fred W. and 






i 
i 




Grace E. 


Sleeper place 


700 


700.00; 


19.60 


Durkee, Estella S. 


Homestead 


500 


500.001 


14.00 


Durrell, Marjorie 


Land from J. Day 4a 


50 


50.00! 


1.40 


Ellis, Sidney 


Homestead 60a $2100 (exempt 




1 






1000) 


1100 


i,ioo.oo! 


30.80 


Emery, A. J. Est. 


Kilduff place 40a 


3400 


3,400.00' 


95.20 





Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


Name 


tate and Personal Property 


r 


Valuation 


| Taxes 


Fireman's Fund Ins. 










Co. et al 


R. Hanton place 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Fitch, Harold E. 


Bruce lot 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Fitts, Eben & Grace 


Woodward place 


1550 


1,550.00 


43.40 


Follett, Arthur T. and 










Ruth E. 


Cassanerio place 


1200 


1,200.00 


33.60 


f orsyth, Thomas 


Homestead 5a 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Forsyth. Thomas Jr. 


Jarest place 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Foster, Allen 


House from C. E. Foster 


1300 


1,300.00 


36.40 


Granite Fish & Game 










Club, Inc. 


Land and building 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Greenwood, Jos. S. & 










Edith M. 


Hutchinson place 


3600 


3,600.00 


100.80 


Herrick, Editha B. 


Hitchcock place 25a 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Holland, Carl H. 


Homestead and brooder houses 

120a 
1 cow 


4300 
85 








1150 fowls 


1100 


5,485.00 


153.58 


Hopkins, John G. 


Homestead 140a 


3200 








J. Lawrence house 


1500 


4,700.00 


131.60 


Hutchinson, Emma P. 


% Butler land 95a 


350 








1/3 schoolhouse lot 23a 


134 


484.00 


13.55 


Kane, Walter V. and 










Eleanor M. 


Emerson place 


900 


900.00 


25.20 


Kittredge, Winston 


House from E. L. Kittredge 
Part Burns land 
Burns lot 
Ledge and land 


2800 
100 
100 

2000 








Machinery 


2000 


7,000.00 


196.00 


Levesque, Joseph L. 


Homestead 100a 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Marsh, Roy W. and 










Florence M. 


Pecker place 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


May, Elmer E. 


Homestead 30a 


1100 








1 horse 


25 


1,125.00 


31.50 


McDonald, Mrs. Annie 


Homestead 200a 


2000 


2,000.00 


56.00 


Melendy, Harry W. 


1 cow 


40 


40.00 


1.12 


Melendy, Harry F. 


Homestead 25a 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Melendy, Frank Paul 


Homestead 

Tonella land from bank and 


1600 








bungalow 


150 


1,750.00 


49.00 


Moisio, Andrew 


Layman camp 5a 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Moody, Edith C. 


y 2 Butler land 95a 


350 








2/3 schoolhouse lot 23a 


266 


616.00 


17.25 


Noon, Fred 


450 fowls 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Noon, Percy 


600 fowls 


550 


550.00 


15.40 


Noon, Fred and Percy 


Homestead 40a 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Noon, Frederick and 










George 


Wade lot 20a 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Pecker, Curtis R. and 










Winnie D. 


Ruonala farm 


1800 


1,800.00 


50.40 


Philbrick, Walter 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Provasoli, Gustav 


Homestead 7a 


2300 








1 cow 


45 


2,345.00 


65.66 


Poisson, Wilfred J. & 


Somero place 


3000 






Marie E. 


2 horses 


150 








1 cow 


70 


3,220.00 


90.16 


Rafter, Frank 


Homestead 
1 horse 


2000 
25 








1 cow 


50 


2,075.00 


58.10 



Name 


Description and Value on 


Real Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


| Taxes 


Rockwell. Natt C. and 










Linda C. 


Homestead $1100 (exempt 


1000) 100 


100.00 


2.80 


Sampson, Oscar 


Homestead 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Sanderson, Harold 


1 horse 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Sleeper, Henry W. and 


Smith place 


2200 






Mercedes T. 


2 goats 


16 


2,216.00 


62.05 


Stevens, Mary E. 


Teachout place 


1400 


1,400.00 


39.20 


Trombly. Ectus J. and 










Josephine L. 


F. Fitch place 


2500 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Vigneault, Eugene 


Homestead 2a 
Hall land 


1200 
200 








250 fowls 


200 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Wright, Lovell P. 


Homestead 12a 
1 horse 


1400 
125 








106 fowls 


56 


1,581.00 


44.27 


DISTRICT NO. 6 










Beaudrault, Jessie 


Homestead 


500 








1 cow 


30 


530.00 


14.84 


Bernasconi, Caroline 


Homestead 


1700 


1,700.00 


47.60 


Bernasconi, Edwin N. 


Bills house 


2500 






and Gloria E. 


Stock in trade 


250 


2,750.00 


77.00 


Boutwell, Marion H. 


Frost place 


12,000 


12,000.00 


336.00 


Caccivio, Geo. D. Est. 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Calderara, Louis 


House and lot 


3100 


3,100.00 


86.80 


Caverzasi, Charles J. 


Homestead 


3500 


3,500.00 


98.00 


Chappell, Perley G. 


Homestead 100a 
Cottage house 
Burns land 10a 
Goodwin land 2a 


6500 
800 
200 
100 








Duncklee land 
Young Sons' land 


15 
1000 








56 cows 


3920 


12,535.00 


350.98 


Ciardelli, Eugene 


Homestead 
Boutelle lot 
Stock in trade 


3300 
250 
300 








Machinery 


75 


3,925.00 


109.90 


Comolli, John 


Homestead 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Cram, Addie A. 


Woodman house 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Crooker, Frank 


Homestead 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Doucet, Arthur 


Homestead 17a $1400 (exempt 








1000) 


400 








5 goats 


150 


550.00 


15.40 


Dyson, Gordon 


1 goat 


8 


8.00 


.22 


Faustini, John 


Homestead 


1600 


1,600.00 


44.80 


Fuller, E. Eliot 


Macomber land 35a 
Green farm 70a 
Peacock land 30a 
Hotel land 30a 
Part of buildings 
Silver mine lot 


300 
400 
225 
550 
300 
10 








1 horse 


50 


1,835.00 


51.38 


Hammond, Claude E. 


Homestead 
2 cows 
60 fowls 


3500 

100 

10 


1 

I 






7 goats 


56 


3,666.00| 


102.65 


Langdell, Annie L. 


Homestead 


4000 


4,000.00| 


112.00 


Langdell, S. Frank 


Land from Morgan 4a 


150 


150.00! 


4.20 



Name 


Description and Value on Real Es- 


Total 


I Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 


Valuation 


| Taxes 


Langdell Lumber Co. 


Wood 

Stock in trade 


1000 
62,500 








Machinery 


10,000 


73,500.00 


12058.00 


Lorden, Francis J. 


Homestead 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Lotti, Mrs. Leontine 


Homestead 


1700 








V2 Coburn block 


2100 


3,800.00 


| 106.40 


Mahoney, Daniel Jas. 


Eugene Dutton house 


6500 


6,500.00 


| 182.00 


Malstrom, Carl 


Lots 20, 21, 22, Inst. Land Co. 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


McLeod, Edward 


Homestead 
1 horse 


1100 
135 








1 cow 


80 


1,315.00 


! 36.82 


Medlyn, Joseph E. 


Homestead 4% a 
Building from Daniels 
775 fowls 
Stock in trade 


3300 
500 
725 

1600 








Machinery 


200 


6,325.00 


| 177,10 


Morgan, Newton W. 


Homestead 55a 
2 horses 
7 cows 


4800 

50 

525 








3 neat stock 


180 


5,555.00 


| 155.54 


Morse, Ernest 


Kendrick land 41a 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Nute, Philip C. 


Homestead 


1500 


1,500.00 


f 42.00 


O'Neil, Thomas J. 


Lot 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Opie, Mary J. Est. 


Homestead 


2500 








Brooder house 


100 


2,600.00 


72.80 


Paine, Laura A. 


Morse Land Co. lots 23 and 24 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Pearson, Margaret W. 


Part of Chase farm 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Rosi, Joseph 


Homestead 


2100 








Stock in trade 


400 


2,500.00 


70.00 


Sanders and Blaisdell 


Stock in trade 


200 








Machinery 


1000 


1,200.00 


33.60 


Sanders, Milford 


House Elm St. 
Homestead 


3600 
2200 








1000 fowls 


950 


6,750.00 


I 189.00 


Shaughnessy, Edw. Est. 


Gray pasture 20a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Shaughnessy, Edw. A. 


Homestead 

Shaughnessy land 12a and 9 


2300 








Morse lots 


725 


3,025.00 


84.70 


Stickney, Earl H. 


11 cows 


825 


825.00 


23.10 


Tippett, J. Royal 


Garage 


1900 


1,900.00 


53.20 


Titus, Edwin R. and 










Nellie M. 


Homestead 20a 


4200 


4,200.00 


117.60 


Viola, Peter Est. 


Homestead and garage 


2400 


2,400.00 


67.20 


Wilder, James L. and 










Elizabeth M. 


Homestead $2000 (exempt 1000) 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Woodbury, Charles & 










Elsie 


Abbott land and building 


800 


800.00 


22.40 


Woodman, Rodney C. 


Homestead 

Greenhouses 

Lots 36-43 

2 Gilchrist lots 27-28 


3000 

6500 

700 

100 








Johnson land lot No. 4 


500 


10,800.00 


302.40 


DISTRICT NO. 7 
Adams, Mrs. Ida F. 










Homestead 50a 


3400 








Aiken lot 12a 


75 


3,475.00 


97.30 


Adams, Forrest E. 


1 horse 
12 cows 


100 
840 







Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total | 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation | 


Taxes 




5 neat stock 


200 


1,140.00| 


31.92 


Adams, Ernest C. 


E. T. Adams farm 20a 


800 








Hutchinson land 15a 


75 


875.00] 


24.50 


Burrows, George A. 


Frost homestead 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Buzzell, William 


Milne farm 


5200 








3 cows 


300 


5,500.00 


154.00 


Byrne, Mrs. Mary 


Philbrick cottage and camp 


1500 


1,500.00 


42.00 


Caron, A. F. 


Homestead $4100 (exempt 1000) 
2 horses 
10 cows 


3100 

50 

750 








1 neat stock 


40 


3,940.00 


110.32 


Clark. Edw. H. Est. 


Homestead 80a 
1 horse 


2200 
25 








1 cow 


40 


2,265.00 


63.42 


Colburn, George W. 


Homestead 60a 
Colburn house 


2400 
1800 








Smith and brown land 8a 


50 


4,250.00 


119.00 


Courtemanche, Mil- 


Wixon farm 


900 






dred E. Est. 


Freezer lot 


25 


925.00 


25.90 


Dickerman, Ethelyn F. 


Part of Hutchinson land 


25 


25.00 


.70 


Forsey, Mabel B. and 










Daniel 


Old schoolhouse 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Frost, Mrs. Hildegarde 


Woodward place 45a $4400 










(exempt 1000) 


3400 


3,400.00 


95.20 


Girls' Friendly Soc. 


Holiday House 


8000 


8,000.00 


224.00 


Holdsworth, Wm. S. 










and Lydia E. 


Wheadon place 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Ingalls, Paulette 


Wyman cottage , 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Manning, Charles F. 


Howe land 20a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Manning, Ella Est. 


Homestead 10a 


700 


700.00 


19.60 


McKenzie, William J. 


Warren house 


4800 


4,800.00 


134.40 


Nichols, Arthur W. 


Part Beals farm and bldg. 30a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Northrup, Ellen F. 


Homestead and garage 100a 
2 horses 
5 cows 


2300 
150 
375 








75 fowls 


25 


2,850.00 


79.80 


Northrup, F. E. 


Goss lot from Bartlett 


60 


60.00 


1.68 


Rochette, Wilfred 


Wallingford land 5a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Rolfe, Edith W. 


Dutreau place 


6000 


6,000.00 


168.00 


Roy, Joseph 


Wallingford place 


900 








1 cow 


35 


935.00 


26.18 


Stonehouse, Albert M. 


Clark farm 


3000 






and Jessie G. 


Peabody & Goodwin land 25^ a 


250 


3,250.00 


91.00 


Troupe, William L. 


Champagne house 


900 






and Edith I. 






900.00 


25.20 


Vonlderstine, Martin 


Bingell place 


2300 


2,300.00 


64.40 


Wood, Curtis E. and 


Newman place 25a 


2300 






Mabel D. 


1 cow 


50 


2,350.00 


65.80 


Wyman, Arthur M. & 










Laura C. 


Matthews place 


7000 


7,000.00 


| 196.00 



DISTRICT NO. 1 

Curtis, A. L. 
Holt, Ruby M. 
Lovejoy, Dr. F. W. Est. 
Merrow, Thomas S. 



NON-RESIDENT 



Fessenden land 
% Undivided Moore pasture 
Lot near Powder House 15a 
Parker land 



800 

200 

50 

400 



800.00 

200.00 

50.00 

400,00 



22.40 
5.60 
1.40 

11.20 



Name 


Description and Value on Real 


Es- 


Total 


Am'nt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 


Miller, Beatrice 


Pasture and woodland 10a 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Mills, Geo. T. Est. 


McLane & Richardson land l 3 /4a 


600 


600.00 


16.80 


Place, Marion L. 


Sprout land N. by Spaulding, 

E. by Brookline 18a 
Eastman land Birch Hill, E. by 

Brookline 15a 
Needham land 64a 

% oiLthis to be taxed to above 


200 

150 
400 

750 


> 






and % to John N. Worcester 




375.00 


10.50 


Chas. E. Rogerson, 










Helen Worcester 










Bell and Elizabeth T. 


Hutchinson land No. 148 8a 


80 






Worcester 


Bryer lot No. 1202 8a 


40 


120.00 


3.36 


Shepard, Ethel 


Lewis lot No. 16 


40 


40.00 


1.12 


Treat, Barbara Kaley 


Lawrence land 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Ware, Ralph M. 


Palmer land No. 5 7% a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Williams, Geo. H. and 










Mary G. 


C. Gutterson lot 


200 


200.00 


5.60 


Worcester, John N. 


Sprout land N. by Spaulding, 
E. by Brookline 18a 


200 








Eastman land Birch Hill, E. by 

Brookline 15a 
Needham land 64a 


150 
400 






- 


V2 of this to be taxed to above 


750 








and % to Marion L. Place 




375.00 


10.50 


DISTRICT NO. 3 










Barker, Mrs. Carrie E. 


Sprout lot No. and W. by Frye, 




W 






So. by Dickson, E. by Jones 28a 300 


300.00 


8.40 


Spalding, Mary A. Est. 


Haynes farm, No. by Spalding 










Heirs, 30a 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Wilton Telephone Co. 


Putnam land 3a 


225 


225.00 


6.30 


DISTRICT NO. 4 










Abbot, Stanley H. Est. 


Part Joel Gutterson farm 50a 


250 


250.00 


7.00 


Badger, George F. 


Collins land 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Blanchard, Arthur F. 


Part Spalding farm 200a 


1000 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Elliott, Nellie C. R. Est 


Daniels sprout land 42a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Farwell, Grover 


No. by Shattuck, E. by Brookline 










32a 


150 


150.00 


4.20 


Fessenden, O. D. 


Hood lot 


150 








Kemp lot No. 1348 


100 


250.00 


7.00 


Hall, Fred A. 


Shattuck land 30a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Howe, Mrs. Ellen T. 


Lovejoy pasture 72a 
Burns and Daniels land 30a 
Reed pasture 34a 
Rockwood pasture 40a 


400 
150 
200 
200 








Coggin pasture 85a 


900 


1,850.00 


51.80 


Jewett, Charles H. 


Robbins land at land of Kemp 
and Gilson, W. by Rockwood, 










E. by Brookline 40a 


120 


120.00 


3.36 


Kakas, Harry B. 


Bruce land 60a 
Burns land 30a 
Crosby and Butterick land 30a 


300 
100 
150 







Name 


Description and Value on Ileal 


Es- 


Total 


AnYnt 


tate and Personal Property 




Valuation 


Taxes 




Part O'Brien farm 60a 


450 


1,000.00 


28.00 


Kakas, Mrs. Helen J. 


Gutterson land 30a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Shirland, Amos 


No. by Kent, E. by Brookline 24a 


300 


300.00 


8.40 


Stearns, Horace 


Sprout land formerly owned by 










Merle Cobleigh 45a 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


DISTRICT NO. 5 










Brennan, Patrick J. 










Est. 


Part of Dan Smith land 34a 


250 


250.00 


7.00 


Bullard, Arthur 


Baillaigeon land 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Merrill, John L. 


Farm 260a 


2900 


2,900.00 


81.20 


Nichols, Edward 


Andrew Daniels land 3a 


50 








Sampson meadow land 3% a 


50 


100.00 


2.80 


Pease, Robert A. 


Sprout Id. Ball Hill 10a (exempt 


) 250 






DISTRICT NO. 6 










Boutelle, John A. Est. 


Part of A. Clark farm 23a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


DISTRICT NO. 7 










Bartlett, Eveline S. 


Pasture on Foster farm 1 2/5a 


100 








Foster farm 7%. a 


300 


400.00 


11.20 


Clinton, Charles W. 


Peacock land 15a 


75 








Adjoining Peacock land 25a 


125 


200.00 


5.60 


Constantine, Peter 


2/3 part home farm 


500 


500.00 


14.00 


Farley, George W. 


Wm. Farley land 8a 


50 


50.00 


1.40 


Flagg, Gardner W. 


Joel Barker farm 80a 


400 


400.00 


11.20 


Hayden, Bertha M. 


Flint farm 40a 
Burgs pasture 33a 
Morison land 40a 


300 
700 
700 








Birch Hill land 30a 


500 


2,200.00 


61.60 


Hayden, Lester 


Part Collins place 22a 


225 








Part Collins place 5a 


100 


325.00 


9.10 


Hobart, W. A. Est. 


Robbins land 10a - 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


Howes, George H. and 










Edith V. 


Summer home 5a 


3000 


3,000.00 


84.00 


Kerr, Isabelle D. 


Land No. 1347 23a 


100 


100.00 


2.80 


SCHOOL TAX 










Stoddard, A. R. 


Valuation 


1800 








(School Tax Rate .0132) 




1,800.00 


23.76